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Steve , I thought your 67 Fastback was finished up and driving it .
Getting new speakers though right to fill the holes?
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
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.
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?
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.
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.
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
you mean these /funny they were in my car when I 1st got it !!!
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
Who need boxes? 2 x 2500 watt duel voice coil 12" subs work just fine! Lol
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.