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    I'm looking to get an authentic looking radio for my 67. The custom autosound 230 looks good but I've read mixed reviews. Ideally I would like something that looks authentic but has bluetooth / MP3 capability.

    Any advice would be welcome! Thanks

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    I have one of the Soundlabs Slidebar radios in my 73. Had it for many years now. It looks the part and has more features than I care about, but it's old enough not to have bluetooth and has the old iPhone style connector. Newer models may have newer features.

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      Originally posted by magic rat View Post
      I'm looking to get an authentic looking radio for my 67. The custom autosound 230 looks good but I've read mixed reviews. Ideally I would like something that looks authentic but has bluetooth / MP3 capability.

      Any advice would be welcome! Thanks
      My 66 came with a Retrosound already installed. Not Bluetooth, but it has a separate usb/aux wired in. I have bought an Echo Auto (currently reduced on Amazon) and Alexa can hear my requests even with the roof down. My only complaint about the head unit is the bright blue 80’s style digital display. Really doesn’t suit a classic car.
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