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Ford/Mercury/GM Antenna

Stainless steel, removable mast

Item #: 12044FD77

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The mast on this factory-replacment model is detachable, allowing you to remove it if you need to. Warranty: 30 days.

Ford/Mercury/GM Antenna Reviews

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1 Review

'96 Ford T-bird

Written by: Steve from Kentucky on November 22, 2014

1996 Ford Thunderbird
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This fit in the fender just like OEM. The lead did come up short, so I had a parts run to get an extension. Otherwise, this works as advertised

Pros: Looks better than broken off power antenna.

Cons: Lead to radio was too short.

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  • Antenna base with a threaded height adjustment nut and attached 56" cable terminating in a male Motorola plug
  • 31" detachable mast
  • Cover plate with rubber gasket
  • Retaining nut
  • Under-fender retention bracket
  • Allen wrench

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Compatibility: The package states this antenna works with the following vehicles, but please use the Vehicle Selector to verify compatibility:

  • Ford Taurus/Mercury Sable 1986-UP
  • Chevrolet Beretta 1987-UP
  • Corsica 1987-UP

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It was too short to work on my 1996 Thunderbird. Had to run to the parts store and get and extension. [ Stephen  Nov 20, 2015 ]