Fastback rear speaker boxes

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  1. RAT ROD AL

    RAT ROD AL I know just enough to be dangerous FABO Gold Member

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    Steve , I thought your 67 Fastback was finished up and driving it .
     
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    4spdragtop Well-Known Member

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    Getting new speakers though right to fill the holes?
     
  3. RAT ROD AL

    RAT ROD AL I know just enough to be dangerous FABO Gold Member

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    Yeah, I guess. I have a hole in the dash for a radio I need also. I saw a thread on here where a guy was putting bluetooth stuff in a factory AM . If I was smart enough I would like to do that
     
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    • Mike69cuda

      Mike69cuda 64 is the new 17 FABO Gold Member

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      They make that stretchy speaker box material you can buy on Amazon. Works pretty good.

      You can also buy a wide variety of connectors on Amazon. That’s where I buy all my electronic supplies now. Sometimes it takes awhile to figure out what it is called when you are looking for something.
       
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      • 4spdragtop

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        Suppliers out there for the Bluetooth installed inside a vintage radio I believe.
        Stay AWAY from Retrosound. I will be putting the head unit and amp under pass side seat. Factory am/FM stays put in dash. I have 2 round 3.5" or 4" in dash. Installed in factory spot but used an adapter plate a fabo member makes/sells here.
        Any one else having issues with retrosound radios in their mopar?
         
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        Lol, I just found the "terminal cup" on Amazon.
        Funny no Radio Shack up here anymore and they used to have ALL SORTS of that DIY kinda stuff....sad.
         
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        Tooljunkie King of cobble/master of the broken bolt FABO Gold Member

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        The local garbage dump has electronics recycling depot.
        I have a connection, can grab speakers or whatever if i want. Its amazing what people throw away. My shop stereo is a perfect example.
         
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        • Mike69cuda

          Mike69cuda 64 is the new 17 FABO Gold Member

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          You can buy a $20 Bluetooth adapter and convert any home stereo to Bluetooth and play music from your phone. Works on a car stereo with an aux input also
           
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          • jazak5

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            you mean these /funny they were in my car when I 1st got it !!!

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            • Cuda Al

              Cuda Al Well-Known Member

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              No pictures of the setup I had, I put two 6x9 in the security panel, vertical on each side. Didn't impact the use of the panel, the speakers landed on each side of the spare.


              Alan
               
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              • MerlinsMopar

                MerlinsMopar FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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                Who need boxes? 2 x 2500 watt duel voice coil 12" subs work just fine! Lol

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              • Mike69cuda

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                You can build a dirt cheap Bluetooth car stereo out of an old computer speaker set. Get one from Amazon or a thrift store that has a subwoofer. Get one that has a 12 volt wall brick. Ditch the wall brick & hook it up to 12v ignition power.

                Buy a $20 Bluetooth converter with an aux output & plug it in to the speakers. Mount the speakers or wire in your own. Instant Bluetooth stereo from your phone. Cost maybe $40 -50. If you have an old pair of computer speakers hanging around like me, even cheaper.
                 
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