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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-25-2007 Thread Starter
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Aftermarket radio Bezel for my 69

Hey i'm buying a Clarion head unit for my 69 grande cause i'm getting it for such an unbelievable price of $130 (MSRP $300) and i just couldn't resist. I know Mustangs Unlimited had that DIN-style radio bezel for those cd players but at $110 and just don't wanna pay that kinda money for it, i already cut up my old bezel since i insalled a cd player a while back but it gave out on me but i want it to look nice like it was made for the car. Does anyone know of where i might find a bezel for a lot cheaper than that. i've checked ebay but they didn't have any like they used to. Thanks

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-13-2010
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wat he said ^...

except i need a bezle that will allow a modern cd/am/fm radio 2 fit n a 1970 ford mustang coupe. just like him all i could find was sites tryn to crank as much cash outta sum plastic as possible. ne1 kno a cheaper alt?

also, id do tha whole mod thing myself but i tried that already on my 96 sebring...lets just say i learned my lession. lol thx n advance!

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You buy a din bezel for 120 or cut your stock one to fit and it probably won't look as good,
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