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Mach 460

I can't part with my Mach 460! Is it possible to move the system from a 2000 to the 2002 GT. I am not going to be doing the work so I would appreciate any referrals! HAHA! Will be in Melbourne FL area next couple of weeks. If it can't be moved do they still sell the system and how much does it sell for?

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Welcome to AFM we all were newbie's at one time

I had the MACH 460 in my '96 loved it till one of the amps went out

You might be better off going the aftermarket rout w/your stereo get a set of ROCKFORD FOSGATE Punch P165s (components) front/rear with a 500 watt 4 channel amp IMHO


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Yes anything is possible and your 460 can be moved over. Now since you said you are farming the work out, finding someone who will actually do it is a different story (it will require all wires/harness's to move over as well). So it is actually quite a process. You may also find that the price a shop will charge to do this as apposed to installing a new aftermarket system just doesnt justify it. I havent really looked for the 460 online much, but i am sure between ebay and other outlets you could find what you need (may take some time).
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