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City Corpus Christi, Texas
Branding Texas Radio 1150
Frequency 1150 kHz
First air date 1954
Format Texas Country
Power 1,000 watts (day)
500 watts (night)
Class B
Facility ID 54646
Transmitter coordinates 27°48′1″N 97°28′44″W / 27.80028°N 97.47889°W / 27.80028; -97.47889Coordinates: 27°48′1″N 97°28′44″W / 27.80028°N 97.47889°W / 27.80028; -97.47889
Callsign meaning Corpus Christi, Texas
Owner Manuel Davila Jr. nicknamed "Daddy D"[1] (Radio Kcct Inc.)
Website texasradiocc.com

KCCT (1150 AM) is a radio station licensed to Corpus Christi, Texas.


  1. Hinojosa, Cassandra (2006-10-21). "Talk-show host leaves KCCT 1150 AM » Corpus Christi Caller-Times". Caller-Times. Scripps Interactive Newspapers Group. Retrieved 2010-06-08.

Sunday mornings from 9:05 to Noon feature a locally produced automotive talk show titled "MotorHeads". The show is of interest to "do it yourself backyard mechanics", race fans, and fans of classic cars, as well an any other automotive interest. Personalities include Micheal Rhodes who is the main host, and James Lee, owner of a local independent repair shop. They are often joined by Peter Kendig who also owns a local shop and who specializes in restoration work on classic cars and troubleshooting difficult electrical problems. Callers questions are often discussed in great detail, and any chance to throw in a comic comment here and there is not passed by, adding to the entertainment value of the show. Local classic auto shows are featured as well as South Texas area auto and motorcycle races.

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