Custom Autosound ANTUV-HIDEWAY Hide-Away Radio Antenna, AM/FM w/Cable
Universal Fit, 12 volts Voltage, AM/FM radio Antenna Usage, Hidden Antenna Style
- Specifically designed for optimum AM/FM reception
- No drilling or grounding required (radio must be grounded properly) for a clean install
- Provides an excellent solution for Street rods, Show Cars, Classics
- This power and antenna cable measures a total of 80" in length
- In order to function, the antenna requires a 12-volt power source
Electromag Hidden Antenna. Designed for optimum AM/FM reception. Excellent solution for Streetrods, Show Cars, Classics or any vehicle where a conventional antenna is not desirable. No Drilling or grounding required, includes a 80" Power and Antenna Cable
- Hideaway antenna
- Designed for optimum AM/FM reception
- No Drilling or grounding required (radio must be grounded properly)
- Excellent solution for Streetrods, Show Cars, Classics or any vehicle where a conventional antenna is not desirable
- Requires 12-volt power
- 80" Power and Antenna Cable
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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