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dartlover
    
How can I add a CD player to my 1967 Dodge Dart 270 without removing the original radio?
I just purchased a 1967 Dodge Dart 270 with original EVERYTHING! I really don't want to remove the original radio, but I also really don't want to listen to AM radio all the time! LOL! Would it hurt the value of the car to mount a CD disc changer in the trunk and put the controls in the glove box?
posted: January 19, 2010
 
    
 
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first1969
    
No it shouldnt hurt the value and I would recommend mounting it in the glove box; just make sure it is done by a professional that will ensure / insure their work; one electrical short can cause big headaches if not done properly; speaking from experience.
posted:  January 23, 2010
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embarracuda
    
I put in the radio in the glove box on my 69 cuda. Just remove the box and cut some 3/8 plywood made a radio mount wraped it in black felt.The radio had a remote to it and cd changer was in the trunk. Open the glove box door and jam out with the remote it was very easy set up to use while driving.
sources: www.Crutchfeild.com very helpful people
posted:  January 27, 2010
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pontiacsd
    
You need to talk to my buddy over at RediRad www.redirad.com. Its an awesome system....
posted:  January 27, 2010
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