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barrymc
    
were there one or two antennas on the 59 Impala coupes
 
posted: August 2, 2008
 
    
 
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northwoods
    
I think one ant. was standard (with a radio) and two ant. or one real, one fake, was used with continental kit option. Someone correct me if I am wrong?
posted:  August 2, 2008
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belbud
    
it was a standalone option is 1959. It cost $6.25 for the Rear Dummy Antenna
posted:  August 2, 2008
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bushrod60
    
Most of the time they came from the factory with 1 antenna, but a lot of dealers put 2 on, or a person could order the car with 2.
posted:  August 3, 2008
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