1988 Chevy C\K Pickup Radio

Abe

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I am unaware of one, the only thing I have seen is a standard tape deck/sterio fits where the center heater vents are. In some trucks they have a little storage shelf instead of vents. that area is perfect size for the standard aftermarket radio.<p>-abe<p>----------<br>Better to spend a little more and save the headache later!<br>
 

pajama01504

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Crutchfield has an adapter that replaces the center vent / storage and allows a standard DIN unit to slide in....
 

derekbroerse

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grandview;433177 said:
Are you looking for 8 track?

I was wondering the same thing.... why a cassette. But if you look at the posing date, that was waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay back in 2000!!! I'd imagine if he hasn't found one by now, he probably won't be bothering.

I still used tapes regularly back then...!!!
 

derekbroerse

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REAPER;434659 said:
1956
Chrysler offers an in-car record player - the 'Hiway Hi-Fi.'
Now thats the way to go.

I've seen those at car shows :D Always wondered how well they worked and how badly they skipped!!! I wonder how many records were destroyed by small potholes?
 

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