Custom Autosound USA-66

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    AceOBase-more off than on / next few months, and 20 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. blondygirl 37 months ago | reply

      Looks really jealous of the push buttons

    2. coun2rparts 37 months ago | reply

      yes... totally

    3. Matthew Post 37 months ago | reply

      Well done! How did you light it?

    4. evvvvan 37 months ago | reply

      Thanks Guys.

      Mathew, I simply used natural light while parked in my garage. I metered off the bright chrome which underexposed the rest. Worked out great coz I didn't lose any of the dial's detail.

    5. Lyon1845 37 months ago | reply

      Wonderful shot...looks amazing...nostalgic...

    6. Skylight Blue [deleted] 37 months ago | reply

      Hard to tell what it is from the small version, but I thought this looked familiar :0) Is that an aftermarket radio? I don't recognize the "FORD" button. Everything's nice and shiny!

    7. evvvvan 37 months ago | reply

      You don't recognise this???? It's a replica of the rare 1966 Mustang AM/FM radio. They're a beefed up stereo radio that can run a CD stacker/ipod from the chrome selector buttons. I went a different route & wired in a bluetooth kit so I can stream music from my ipod touch. All the mod cons with a totally stock look. Gotta be happy with that!

    8. Skylight Blue [deleted] 37 months ago | reply

      You have to realize, Evan, that I have not been spending much time around Mustangs for quite awhile so have gotten a bit rusty in my ID skilz. Updated unit was my guess although I didn't remember about '66's having that option (haven't seen my brother's car in about 5 years - it's playing hide and seek too). Yeah, high tech on the inside/original looking outside is great - restomod radio!

    9. blondygirl 37 months ago | reply

      I only knew cause I've read about them on some of the Mustang's a little bit about them...modern sound system behind a vintage look plate...pretty cool!! :)

    10. bOw_phOto 37 months ago | reply

      Man this is a nice shot - great use of DOF - it would look great in my cars set =).

    11. evvvvan 36 months ago | reply

      Thanks mate!

    12. jimtz 36 months ago | reply

      Cool Pic..... and, don't turn your back on me, or this is gone!!!

    13. evvvvan 36 months ago | reply

      I've tack welded the shafts into the dash. I know your kind!

    14. Skylight Blue [deleted] 36 months ago | reply

      Evan - lol! Hope you don't have to pull it for warranty service :0)

      Blondygirl - yes, I've seen them too, when they first came out but then forgot about them. It sure would be nice not to have to reach over to my glove box to change stations!

    15. evvvvan 36 months ago | reply

      Time to move with the times Thor! The USA-66 is a perfect fit for some early Falcons so you might be right.
      My warranty is well & truly up. The unit has been sitting in the box for years. Although they seem like a cheaply made unit, I'm not expecting too many hassles.

    16. Skylight Blue [deleted] 36 months ago | reply

      You know money makes the car world go 'round, Evan; Right now I need a new generator, battery, tie rod ends and probably yet another spring change (too low now), but that's down on my spending list. I'm trying to spend minimal $ on the car since it most likely will go up for sale. Then saving can begin for the next project!

      I expect you're right - they've been making those units for awhile now. Happy cruising :O)

      *edit* hey, wait a second; Are you hinting that the tape deck I've had in three different Falcons since the mid 80's is outdated? I just finally got a remote cd deck from a friend and that's almost out of

    17. evvvvan 36 months ago | reply

      Hard to keep up with the technology mate. Before you know it, you'll be able to stream songs from your head!

    18. Skylight Blue [deleted] 36 months ago | reply

      So is that what humming to one's self is called nowadays?

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