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  • retrosoundusa 11:48 pm on October 9, 2009 Permalink | Reply  

    We’re working hard over here on some new VW stuff, check out our new Karmann Ghia/VW plate, which is also usable for other flat dash locations:
    Here’s a pic: rs bpt3 plate  with dims

    And next week we’ll have our new Porsche 356 and vw plate in stock:

    VDUB3 SOLUTION WITH DIMS

    And we’ve got some cool new pix up for the 55:

     
  • retrosoundusa 12:57 pm on May 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply  

    Holiday weekend, Memorial Day 

    It’s been a great month for our company, we’ve received quite a bit of press, we’re working on some really cool stuff, among what I can mention here, is an in dash fit solution for 55-57 Thunderbird! As usual, it will blend with the face of our radio perfectly and allow our radio to fit in the dash well, without having you modify your dash, which is our goal. This solution should be available in 45-60 days, please email me directly to be put on an email list when the solution is in stock (mrobbins@retrosoundusa.com ) .

    A few days ago, I posted some photos on our flickr install gallery of our 70-72 Chevelle solution (link: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cntstpdrmn/sets/72157618461757477/show/ ) and our tech guy Chris wanted me to take some detailed photos of how he mounted the radio in this particular dash. We get a lot of calls from end users that don’t understand our shaft and bracket solution. So this series of photos will allow you to get an idea as to how to use the included washers and nuts to help position the shafts just right, which will allow the radio to fit perfectly in the dash. It is also important to understand that you can modify our brackets, trim them, cut them, bend them, doesn’t hurt the radio at all, they’re just brackets, but by modding them, this will allow our radio to fit nicely just the way you want. The current radios on the market (the other brands) already come assembled, however while you’re doing the install, you still have to un bolt the face or bezel from the radio in order to fit the radio just right. With classic cars, there never is a true “bolt in” solution, we just allow you to get the install perfect, they way you want it to look!

    7072 chevelle dash with model one b

     
  • retrosoundusa 11:32 pm on May 6, 2009 Permalink | Reply  

    Retrosound Blog Day One 

    As time goes on, we’ll see about how to use Word Press effectively in communicating to our customers, our goal is to make our own forum for our customer base, but for now this will be a great way to share any new things that our company is doing with our growing customer base! I did add a new fit to our site, the 68-79 Opel/Opel GT!!

     
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