RetroSound RC900C-126-05-75 Classic Radio, 1969-73 Mustang, Chrome
The RetroSound Retro Classic looks like your original radio while offering the most modern technologies for your classic 1968-79 Ford. Retro Classic features authentic push-button styling and an AM/FM tuner with 30 pre-sets. A rear-mounted auxiliary input is included to play portable devices such as iPod or portable satellite radio. A built-in 18 watts x 4 channel RMS amplifier provided plenty of power to your speakers. Retro Classic features our patented InfiniMount adjustable shaft system to make installation easy in virtually any classic vehicle.
- Fits 1968-79 Ford
- Chrome bezel and face
- Chrome buttons
- Authentic push-button styling
- AM/FM tuner with 30 pre-sets
- Auxiliary input for portable devices
- 18 watts x 4 channel RMS power amplifier
- Patented InfiniMount adjustable shaft system
- Power antenna lead and amp turn on lead included
Owners Manual (PDF)
Note: See knob image for actual knob color/finish.
- This product is discontinued.
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