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Convertible rear speaker


Recently saw a picture of a 1970 catalina convertible with a speaker in the middle of the rear seat back. Did not think this was an option for my 1970 Parisienne convertible as i have not seen one in the 46 years I have had the car! The parts book is also vague so if anyone knows let me know. Maybe this guy installed an older seat but i like mine to be all original. Thanks Phil



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Yes, he's installed an earlier seat.   1967 still had the speaker in the top middle of the seat, not sure about 1968.  Here's the proper rear speaker for 1969 & 1970:

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That was a neat location in the rear seat. Uncles 65 Impala had it in the middle

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Thanks i have never seen this set up and it looks great i could find some panels and get them changed to my colour green but would need to find grilles, Thanks again Phil



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This is what it looks like on my 67. Very often at car shows people ask what it is.

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