Fun finds for the camper PHILLIPS Inter-Com SYSTEM. I was exited to find this on eBay! This is the exact same system my Dad had in his camper when we were kids. We rode in the camper in those days (not recommended today) and had the ability to point out all of the exciting sightings along the way (like the ICX truck, the giant teepee, etc) to our parents riding up front. You can also pipe the AM radio from the cab to the camper with this gadget. 70’s technology at its finest! “CONCERT HALL” SOUND SYSTEMS. One of the American Road options was a sound system. Not very sophisticated by today’s standards, but pretty hip (and pricey) in 1973. Choices were an AM radio, an AM/FM stereo, or the big daddy of them all, an AM/FM 8 track tape player! You could jam to Engelbert Humperdinck while enjoying your bacon and eggs.If your camper wasn’t ordered with one of these options, never fear. All of these components were also available after the fact from your Ford parts department. The radios were used across the car line, the speakers were from a Country Squire wagon, and the bezel and knobs were 1972 Thunderbird pieces.