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When Electro-Tech started, our primary business was and still is restoring the radios in classic cars.  We have continued to expand our business and manufacture  a complete line of replacement speakers for collector cars from 1932 up into the 1970's. We also manufacture a self-canceling turn signal system for cars made before the advent of factory installed turn signals. 

Radio Restoration & AM/FM Conversions
Electro-Tech can provide complete classic car radio restoration services.  In addition to radio restoration, we can convert your original factory radio to AM/FM Stereo with up to 4 channels and 180watts of total amplifer power all contained in and using the original radio case and controls. To send us a radio for repair or conversion please print and fill out our repair form:  Repair form2018.pdf  Include this form with your radio. Pack it very well especially around the face of the radio as the control shafts are very fragile and very hard to find replacements if bent or broken. You can figure on an extra $100 per side for broken control shafts. Send the radio to the address at the top of the repair form. - Thank you.

New Classic Car Replacement Speakers

Electro-Tech has developed a complete line of replacement radio speakers for classic and collector cars. Most of our  speakers are 8 and 10 ohm compatible for direct replacement of the Delco/GM, Ford and Chrysler speakers. We carry a complete line of the best replacement Corvette speakers for 1953 through 1976.
 
Self Cancelling Turn Signal Systems
Electro-Tech manufactures a unique self canceling turn signal system for classic automobiles.

Note: To order any of our products, you must call us toll free at (877)780-2861 or email us. Thank you.

 

                                                                                                                                  

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