45 years can take it's toll on speaker and electronic equipment.
We modified the dash to accept a Pioneer CD player and fabricated a mounting plate for a couple of 4" speakers that hide behind the dash in the original location.
For a little better sound, we fabbed up a couple of enclosures for some Rockford 6" speakers and upholstered in matching vinyl that we mounted in the rear corners of the passenger compartment.
When speaker locations don't exist, we can usually come up with a solution.
1966 International Scout
Client purchased this ’69 Camaro with ideas of creating a Resto-Mod like no other. He began the project by installing a LS1 crate motor, new C5 suspension set-up, some one-off body modifications and a shiny new black paint job. All hardware and accessories have been finished with brushed nickel plating, for a unique flair. Then it was our turn. We had the task of transforming the interior from ’69 to modern. We started by removing everything from the interior including the factory dash and laid layer upon layer of Dynamat and Dynaliner to combat noise and heat, then we began designing a one of a kind interior with an audio system to complement the rest of the vehicle.
|Source Unit||Pioneer DEH-P2200UB|
|Front Speakers||Pioneer 4" Coaxial in OE Location|
|Rear Speakers||Rockford Foasget T152 in Custom Enclosures|