Can anyone identify these radio knobs?

t5montecarlo

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I have had these knobs for decades, but I no longer remember what vehicle they belong to. They are quite heavy; they weigh 1 ounce each. They are 1 inch in diameter.

They don't have any part numbers on them.

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LS6 Tommy

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Look like aftermarket replacements to me...

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t5montecarlo

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What is interesting is that they are made of a metal, not plastic, and are quite dense and heavy. I have never seen a metal knob come with an aftermarket radio. The lack of any identification may point to a non-OEM radio, but I am not sure Ford or Chrysler put numbers on their parts. I have a plastic knob from my 1967 GTX and it has no numbers on it. Could they be from a Mopar?
 

TURNA

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looks like mopar

They look just like there dog dishes

or an aftermaket mopar replacement




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TURNA

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they also look like they are for a 1 speaker AM only raido
 

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