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Just bought the 76 Blazer. Previous own removed the factory radio and put in a modern head unit. However, I lucked out and he threw in an OEM gauge cluster bezel that has an opening to fit an original radio.

 

My question is if anyone has any experience in here using classiccarradios.com? They make radios that on the face look like factory radios from classic cars and trucks, but have all the modern tech like Bluetooth, satellite, etc.

 

Wondering if anyone thinks it's worth it to put in an "original" radio for the looks. FYSA, the classic radio is approximately $350.

 

-B[emoji879]NES

 

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That's entirely personal. If you like the original, old-school look, then you spring for either an original radio (if you want the truck to be literally stock), or an upgraded radio with an original look if you want more modern features.

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That's entirely personal. If you like the original, old-school look, then you spring for either an original radio (if you want the truck to be literally stock), or an upgraded radio with an original look if you want more modern features.

I'm leaning towards getting the modern radio with the classic look. Just wanted to if anyone had any experience with the radios to make sure they worked as advertised.

 

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