All of our prices shown include installation in a standard vehicle. For example a vehicle that does not have a separate factory amplifier.
Please contact us on 014971273 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to get an exact quote for your vehicle.
When it comes to classic cars you can have a great sound without needing to compromise the look of your classic car. Choose from any of our radio head units in the classic car section, combine it with our sound system upgrade and have a high quality modern sound with real depth while retaining your cars period look.
We will fit your choice of classic car radio from our range. Combine it with the best possible speakers that can be fitted in the vehicles existing speaker locations, in conjunction with the compact yet powerful Pioneer TS-WX130EA under seat subwoofer.
- Period correct style radio head unit.
- Replacement speakers.
- Pioneer TS-WX130EA subwoofer.
- Sound deadening where applicable.
With our range of classic car radios we fit a unit that does not look out of place in you 1970s, 80s or 90s car. These units look period correct but offer a wide range of modern features including bluetooth handsfree and music streaming.
When it comes to classic cars you can be limited by speaker diameter and depth, not to mention the style of the speaker itself, however we have sourced speakers which make the best of the space available. Where possible we retain your original speaker grills and fit a black speaker that does not stand out. Where it is not possible to retain the original grills we have a range of simple black non branded grills available.
As you are generally limited on speaker size in older cars the best way to get a good sound in a classic car is to reduce the bass load on the smaller speakers by adding a subwoofer. By fitting the compact Pioneer TS-WX130EA we can allow it to produce the lower frequencies while allowing the speakers to produce the higher frequencies. The result is a much fuller sound than you would expect. The subwoofer is compact enough to fit under a front seat, it is internally amplified and has a very small draw on the vehicle electronics when in use.