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For Sale Becker Ferrari Mexico Pro BE 6104 Radio Head Unit

Discussion in 'Ferrari Parts & Collectibles' started by Joseph_Maniaci, Feb 26, 2020.

  1. Joseph_Maniaci

    Silver Subscribed Owner

    Nov 1, 2003
    22
    Houston, TX
    I've had this radio for many years and intended to put it in my 328 at some point but never got around to it. This Becker Ferrari OEM AM/FM/CD removable face radio was used in late model 360's and early F430's. I purchased the iPod adaptor that goes with it, and is new in box. The radio is in excellent condition, only a little of the usual deterioration of the knobs (new ones are available from Becker Autosound for a nominal fee). This is a great piece if you're restoring your 360/F430 to the original OEM look. I cannot guarantee the iPod adaptor will work with later model iPods with the lightning adaptor, as this seems to be a hit/miss thing, however it should work with any from the period. Radio only, no installation sleeve or removal tools. $500 including ground shipping in the US. Thanks for looking!

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  2. jim rosenthal

    jim rosenthal Karting
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    Sep 10, 2006
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    I have these in two of my cars and I can vouch for their excellence; mine are in a DB7 and an E320 Benz. They are GREAT radios and BEcker will still service them as needed.
     
  3. Joseph_Maniaci

    Silver Subscribed Owner

    Nov 1, 2003
    22
    Houston, TX
    New price bump, $450 shipped.
     
  4. Joseph_Maniaci

    Silver Subscribed Owner

    Nov 1, 2003
    22
    Houston, TX
    Priced at $400!
     
  5. cockrill

    cockrill Formula 3
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    Jan 23, 2008
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    Frisco, TX
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    Jeremy Cockrill
    That's a good price for a great radio. I bought one years ago and installed it in my Mondial. I'm pretty sure I paid $350, and that was for the cassette version. Being a standard sized radio (single-DIN?) it fit perfectly in my car and its understated looks goes well with the older cars (as well as the 360s and 430s).
     
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