Buying a RetroSound Radio
Buying a RetroSound Radio for your Classic Car - How do I tell which radio is right for me and how do I know if it will fit?
If you are restoring a classic car it might have been changed or altered since new. Someone may have changed the radio, someone may have changed or modified the dash. Your car might have been manufactured in a different country to what some of the others are so the measurements for the radios can be different.
These radios are designed in the US and manufactured in China according to strict specifications. We carry the largest range of RetroSound in Australia and find these radios incredibly reliable.
Checking whether or not a radio will fit your dash....
1. Measure the cutout in your dash - Measure the length x the height please don't send photos with rulers in front of things as your measurements as these can look different when viewed at different angles. Write your measurements down and let us know.
Do you have an Australian Built Car?
If you have an Australian Holden, Ford or Valiant then these radios haven't been designed specifically for them. We have sourced faceplates, and knobs specifically to give you the right look as much as possible with modern features and reliability. They may not be as perfect looking as the originals but many restorers are happy with the authentic look it gives to their car.
Radio Comparison Chart
Check the features you want in the radio and work out what is best for you.
The following radios can have the same features as the RetroRadio Premium or the RetroRadio Standard
Apache, Huntington, New York, Redondo RS, Monterey, Wonderbar WB1 or WB3.
Redondo RT has only the same features as the RetroRadio Premium.