Product DescriptionRetro Sound Retro Classic Chrome AM/FM Radio for 1965-1966 Mustang.
Retro Classic radio for your 1964-1966 Mustang with Am/Fm Tuner and front mounted auxiliary input was created to meet the needs of classic car enthusiasts for a radio that maintains the classic in dash look of the vehicle while offering modern playback capabilities from today's digital music sources. Our New Retro Classic radios have all the quality of the Model One radio, but don't have the extra features.
Introducing the Retro Classic CS-900C--- Back to the basics, Am/Fm radio w/ 30 presets, Aux in on the front, our patent pending Infinimount shaft & bracket system, and of course our superior installation flexibility.
This is a breakthrough classic car radio offering flexible mounting options with "InfiniMount" shaft/bracket system (patent pending), There's even a front mounted auxiliary input so you can connect your ipod, satellite unit, or any device that has a headphone jack on it! You can also purchase an optional 94" remote mount infrared "eye" which allows for "hide away" placement of the Retro Classic Radio, giving you the option of a completely stock appearance. Modern Sound for your Classic Car!
* Am/Fm Tuner w/ 30 Presets
* Built-in amplifier (22 watts RMS/60 peak x 4 channels)
* InfiniMount shaft/bracket system for maximum installation flexibility!
* Adjustable-angle LCD display
* Compatible with optional vehicle specific faceplate and metal knobs to match your classic car
* OPTIONAL IR Remote control
* Electronic Clock Function
* 4 EQ presets plus user-controlled bass/treble/fader/balance adjustment
* Loudness Control
* Inputs: Front mounted Auxiliary input
* Outputs: 4-channel preamp outputs (front, rear)
* Separate Power Antenna & Amp turn on lead(s)
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- Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0
- 1 Reviews
This radio looks great and gives you the ability to use your MP3/Ipod/Iphone player. The previous owner of my 66 Mustang cut my dash to install a DIN radio. The rest of the interior of the car was nice so I didn't want to strip it to weld in a replacement plate. I bought a radio delete panel, made some measurements, and with a dremmel tool, made a cover that housed this radio. It works well and looks good. Installation is easy with good instructions and the wires labled. Your power source on the mustang will work fine as long as your stock regulator is working. I routed an auxillary stereo plug down into the ashtray. When I want to play some jams off my iphone, I just pull out the ashtray and plug it in. I can also call and get navigation using Siri. Sound is a little weak, but is adequate. I was thinking of getting an amp but decided not to since the sound is decent and I like listening to my exhaust more! I installed this with Pioneer rear speakers and bought some kicker panels with built in spe
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