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Question After market swap for non mach 460

what will fit where the mach 460 top rear speakers would go if so equipped ?
( I have a 1996 GT convertible ) I considered buying the stock speakers on ebay 'cause at least they're the same shape.Bad idea ? I'm not totally clueless, I installed a nice JVC/ Infinity/Kenwood system in my 1990 LX ragtop.I'm looking to do something like that, stock in appearance, with a nice kick, but not enough to p*ss off the neighborhood...

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