Ken Harrison Radio Bezel for 1969-1970 Mustangs with an Aftermarket Single DIN Radio.Are you planning on installing an aftermarket single DIN radio in your beloved Mustang, but fear cutting your original radio bezel? We have the perfect solution for you!
This radio bezel from Ken Harrison is similar to the original, but is designed for a aftermarket single DIN radio. Features a painted surface. Single DIN opening measures 2-1/8"x7-1/8".
Multiple finishes available.
*Does NOT include mounting hardware.
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Ken Harrison Radio Bezel Aftermarket Single DIN 1969-1970 is rated out of 5 by 2.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Phillips from Only solution out there 1970 mach 1: I had fabricated a version of this for myself (not ugly, but I had exposed fasteners and CD player trim didn't cover all modifications) and wanted a more finished and vintage piece to complement my interior. I selected the wood grain bezel for my instal. Once I got started, I noted the hole for the player was not square, and the DIN support bracket did not fit as a result. This was easily fixed with extremely minor trimming with a razor blade: the plastic is soft and thin. I finished the installation without further issue. This peice is more plyable and much thinner than stock pieces. It is also lacks the chrome trim accents around the heater controls, which I found disappointing. 4 stars because it allows clean, hassle free instal of modern equipment in vintage applications. Lost a star because this is not as nice as the pictures (edges finished poorly) and I feel it's priced about three times too high for what it is. I'll make a prettier one if this ever needs replacement again.
Date published: 2015-03-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by USN Mustang from Pricey, but works This worked just like it was supposed too. I bought the black one for my 1970 Mach 1. The single DIN radio was snug going in, but it works. The look is really nice and clean. This product was a little pricey in my opinion for what it was, but since Ken Harrison is the only one that makes this, they can get away with it. It is plastic only, there is no metal support. If you are putting an after market radio in you 69/70, I recommend this for a nice finish.
Date published: 2015-01-09