I've been waiting a long time for somebody to make this so I'm really excited to share it. I've seen people run Aux to the original radio, but this goes way beyond that. You can keep the looks of the stock radio, but with modern amenities like Bluetooth, Aux, and outputs for Amps and Subs. I posted the website and Youtube link to a Cadillac radio below. 



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Comment by Chris Codd on July 1, 2018 at 1:44am

This is excellent, Russ! Thanks for posting your results. I can't wait to get my radio done. I'm still using the CD player I put in my glove box years ago, but I've been itching to get my original radio converted to play music through my phone. 

Comment by Russ Austin on June 30, 2018 at 4:27pm

Somewhere there is an old post about my new converted original AM/FM radio. Works great, very happy with it. Today I finished hiding the accessory plugs to the radio.  Blue tooth connect button, usb port and my ipod jack.   I even replaced the cigar lighter with an accessory plug.

Comment by Russ Austin on September 16, 2017 at 3:58pm

I'm going to do this I think. Once the Hearse leaves on Monday the 18th, I'm going to start ordering all kinds of goodies for the sedan.

Comment by Anders on September 14, 2017 at 6:54am

1957-68 Cadillac Radio could off course work for you. Its a lot cheaper and fit right in, but the display is not looking stock.

There are more expensive choice from the same manufacturer as well. The more gadgets = higher price. 1964 Cadillac radio

Comment by Kevin Campbell on September 14, 2017 at 2:10am

We have a few guys here in Oz that do that as well..

Similar prices, and as you say, not cheap. I'm going to do ours one day, I just have to arrange that second mortgage on the house and sell a kidney and we're onto it.

Comment by Chris Codd on September 13, 2017 at 6:18pm

I enquired about that on the YouTube video and was quoted 475.00 for basic AM/FM/Aux input four channels. Full everything 675.00 + shipping. It's expensive, but I'll definitely be looking into this for my car eventually. 

Comment by Russ Austin on September 13, 2017 at 5:53pm

That's pretty sweet. How much is the conversion?


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