Retro Sound offers three replacement radio products for 1965-1986 Mustangs: The Model One, the Retro Classic, and the Zuma. Here's a few of the features found in these Retro Sound products:
With these features, you'd think you would be installing a modern radio that would look out of place in a 1965-1973 Mustang. With a Retro Sound product, though, this isn't the case. They look exactly like the originals, complete with the authentic looking push buttons and Ford replica knobs. They also offer the most flexibility in installation, with their patented InfiniMount system, which allows you to drop it into a wide variety of locations in your Mustang.
Don't forget about the speaker--the original center dash speaker in classic Mustangs featured a paper cone and sound quality only suitable to AM radio, if even that. With a new Retro Sound radio, that speaker just won't work. A Custom Autosound Dual Voice Coil Dash Speaker is a great upgrade, as it offers 70% more cone area than a conventional dual speaker setup and works perfectly with a modern radio.
Bill installed these parts into a classic 1967 Mustang convertible that sorely needed a radio upgrade. He installed a Retro Sound Radio Zuma and a Custom Autosound speaker, which only took a couple of hours and used basic hand tools. In the video, Bill walks you through each step, plus a surprise find behind the dash in this '67 Mustang convertible. We'll be talking about that surprise more in a few weeks.
In the meantime, if you're a 1965-1986 Mustang owner who is looking for more flexibility in a radio, and high quality sound, check out the products from Retro Sound!