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    I'm trying to remove the original antenna on my 63 Cruiser. Is there a trick to it? I have it loose at the
    fender and kick panel, but it'll only move up or down about a half inch.

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    antenna

    Originally posted by joncon View Post
    I'm trying to remove the original antenna on my 63 Cruiser. Is there a trick to it? I have it loose at the
    fender and kick panel, but it'll only move up or down about a half inch.
    I looked past the top hinge when I removed mine on a '64.

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      Generally there are two semicircular rockers that have to move from mostly horizontal to completely vertical. Than they can fit through the holes.
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        I've got it jammed up now and won't move at all. Does anyone have a nice used or NOS antenna. I only wanted to remove the antenna from my 63 so I could install it on my 66. The one on the 66 was broken when I got the car. I'd be glad to purchase one to use on my 66 if anyone has one to sell.

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        • #5
          Wow, now another thing to look forward to doing on my '66 Cruiser. Like Joncon, mine was broken when I got my car.
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