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Username Post: Aftermarket radio opinion        (Topic#357170)
OldDad 
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07-09-19 08:45 PM - Post#2770340    

Hi Guy's I sold my 64 SS Chevelle and just bought a 64 El Camino with no radio. I want something that will play my old Doo Wop stuff from a chip or mp3. I get dizzy looking at all the aftermarket radios out there so thus my post here. What is my best option in your opinion? And who likes what? I'm old so be gentle....thanks in advance

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71 1/2 ton, 64 Chevelle SS, 57 2dr Hardtop, 57 2dr Sedan, 57 Corvette, 52 2dr Hardtop, 52 2dr Sedan, and now a 49 Plymouth Coupe, 1930 Model "A", 1934 Ford Truck, all Chevy powered of course.


 


Dave in VA 
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07-10-19 01:32 PM - Post#2770391    
    In response to OldDad

My car is also a radio delete model. I found a hidden radio on ebay. It mounts under the seat or in the trunk. Remote controlled, AM-FM, and bluetooth. It works well.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/AM-FM-Bluetooth-H idden-4-...



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OldDad 
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07-10-19 02:42 PM - Post#2770396    
    In response to Dave in VA

Thanks Dave I like it only problem my car had a radio so I have an empty space with 2 holes. What I'm looking for is something like the custom auto sound that fits where the original radio goes but there's so many different models and prices I'm not sure which one is the best in my price range. Don't need all the bells and whistles but don't want to go too cheap either. Thanks again for your reply.

The S.O.B. from the factory...
71 1/2 ton, 64 Chevelle SS, 57 2dr Hardtop, 57 2dr Sedan, 57 Corvette, 52 2dr Hardtop, 52 2dr Sedan, and now a 49 Plymouth Coupe, 1930 Model "A", 1934 Ford Truck, all Chevy powered of course.


 


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