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dreaminofcars
    
Curious as to which Motor Car Co. was accredited with putting the 1st radio in a car & what year?
 
posted: October 8, 2008
 
    
 
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herstory
    
I believe it was the year 1929 when Paul Gavin invented the car radio. As for the auto maker, I'm not too sure but I believe that the following had provisions for car radio installation - Dodge, Studebaker, Franklin, Pierce-Arrow, Jordan, Packard, Chrysler and Peerless.
posted:  October 9, 2008
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clicketyclack
    
I believe it was in 1925 when a radio was installed in a vehicle produced by James Cunningham Son & Company
posted:  November 7, 2008
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