Mr Gasket 6100MRG Hidden Radio Antenna, Black
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HolleyDAYS are here again! SAVE up to 20% on this part and hundreds of other Holley brands during the 2018 HolleyDAYS sale 11/15/18-12/31/18.Delivers great AM/FM stereo reception Easily mounts in a variety of locations. Hidden Radio Antenna for AM/FM Car Stereo. Delivers great AM/FM stereo reception. Easily mounts in a variety of locations. Conceals easily avoiding unwanted attention for high end car stereo. Allows use of aftermarket radios without replacing factory mast style antenna. Helps your vehicle maintain a classic/nostalgic look while delivering optimum performance for am/fm stereo radio reception. Universal for use on installation of any am/fm stereo radio where optimum signal reception is desired, especially where there is a need for non-intrusive looks or installation of larger aftermarket antennas.
Delivers great AM/FM stereo reception Easily mounts in a variety of locations. Hidden Radio Antenna for AM/FM Car Stereo. Delivers great AM/FM stereo reception. Easily mounts in a variety of locations. Conceals easily avoiding unwanted attention for high end car stereo.
- Allows use of After-Market Radios w/o the need for a larger antenna
- Easy to Mount in Variety of Locations
- Hidden to Avoid Calling Attention to Stereo
- No Need to Replace Factory Mast Style Antenna
- Maintain Classic/Nostalgic Look
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