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Here is a "Tip" on doing rear speakers on the classic


I know how myself and many other people want better stereos in their cars but don't want to change the look of the interior in anyway. Here is an example of a '55 Chev Belair's stereo with the head unit mounted in the glove box. The rear speakers were mounted on a new custom rear parcel panel that molds in the unsightly height of the after market grilles. It gives a sleeker and more attractive appearance.

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Gotta wonder why leave the grills black, instead of painting /dying them the same colour as the deck?

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Gotta wonder why leave the grills black, instead of painting /dying them the same colour as the deck?


 This client wanted to keep it this way because the exterior/interior are Black and Silver, he wanted a 2 tone feature on the rear deck. I did the same thing in a '56 Belair and the grills did get painted a pearl green/gold to match his interior/exterior. The Clients are always right smile



-- Edited by B-52 on Thursday 16th of August 2012 03:53:36 PM

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I knew there had to be a reason

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Professur wrote:

I knew there had to be a reason


 Thats Right !!!!!!!!   smile



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