I went to a stereo shop here to ask what I could do for some decent music without altering the dash. I would mount an AM FM CD player under the dash, but the AC vents from the Classic Auto Air did not leave room. The guy told me that for about $600 he could install a unit that could read music from a cell phone or similar device via bluetooth, an amplifier and a few speakers in my kick panels (I have an extra pair). He said it would sound good, and it could be hidden under a seat. He is REALLY good, and I have used him before. I told him I'd have to think about it. Here is what I wound up doing. I downloaded the Accuradio app on my cell phone. It has literally thousands of songs on it. Rock, Hip Hop, just about anything you can imagine. And when I rate a song with 5 stars, it gets saved in a file just for me. I have about a hundred of my favorites saved. Then I went to Best Buy and bought a Sony bluetooth speaker for $70. It is shaped like a tube similar in size to a 1 pound tube of sausage. It is rechargeable, and the sound that comes from it is amazing. Now, when I cruise in the Cuda, I just place the Sony speaker on the passenger seat, bring up my Accuradio app and play my playlist. The $600 setup could not have sounded much better.