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    Default Rear package tray by Screamin Performance !

    Screamin' Performance is proud to offer these rear deck speaker panels for your First Gen.
    We designed the grills big enough for a variety of speaker configurations, you can run 6x9s or components and a 10in sub in the center .
    Price for this item is $290.00 we should be ready to ship by the end of next week.
    Thanks !



    Last edited by 67speedfreak; 11-27-2011 at 02:41 PM.
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    Very nice. I assume it's made of fiberglass? I am still looking into how best to mount the sub in the package tray....and be in a box.
    David Beckstrom DVM

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    Thank you ! Yes they are hand laid fiberglass with a black gelcoat finish. For the sub we just build a box and mount it under the package try facing up through the deck !

    Brian
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    Any chance you are working on a 2nd Gen package tray for the near future?

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    Looks like you have a nice product there!
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    Very nice. Add this to my list along with the kick panels!
    Robert
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    Thanks Guys !
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    We will be doing a line of second gen stuff but it is going to be a couple months !

    Thanks
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    Thats a nice addition to your kick panels. It looks great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 67speedfreak View Post
    Thank you ! Yes they are hand laid fiberglass with a black gelcoat finish. For the sub we just build a box and mount it under the package try facing up through the deck !

    Brian
    Brian,
    are you mounting the box flush up to the tray (i.e. bolted to the tray) or just bolted to the floor directly under the tray facing up? I would think that if it's not mounted up flush and sealed to the tray, the sub will interfere with the 6x9s. No? I'm still trying to learn about this stuff and at the same time figure out how to put my system in.
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ehummelman View Post
    Brian,
    are you mounting the box flush up to the tray (i.e. bolted to the tray) or just bolted to the floor directly under the tray facing up? I would think that if it's not mounted up flush and sealed to the tray, the sub will interfere with the 6x9s. No? I'm still trying to learn about this stuff and at the same time figure out how to put my system in.
    Thanks!
    We just bolt the box to the floor and get it as close as posible to the bottom of the package tray. then you can use adhesive foam to seal to the package tray and fill the void !

    I still want to do an install on our package, try just have'nt had the time yet !

    Hope this helps, Brian
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    Perfect, that's exactly what I was thinking of doing. I will cut out a package tray from 1/4 ply or mdf to accommodate the 6x9, the 10" sub, and the MCC belt reels. When it's done and fitted properly, I'm happy to send you an exact tracing of it if you want. I don't know how helpful that would be, there might so too much variation in these cars, but it would at least be a real build example. Let me know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 67speedfreak View Post
    We will be doing a line of second gen stuff but it is going to be a couple months !

    Thanks
    It's been a few months , so I figured I'd ask.
    Has the 2nd gen one been completed yet ?? I'm interested

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    Couple new pics !







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    do you guys make one for a 72 nova?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blakes72 View Post
    do you guys make one for a 72 nova?
    Sorry, no we don't
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    Quote Originally Posted by CreepinDeth View Post
    It's been a few months , so I figured I'd ask.
    Has the 2nd gen one been completed yet ?? I'm interested
    Not yet ! I hope to have something soon !

    On a side note, we have a 70 El-camino in the shop so we are doing some fitting. Maybe some Chevelle stuff in the near future !
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    Default Very nice!

    Do you make one for a 67 GTO?

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    Very nice piece. I would be interested in becoming a distributor for them!!! I just need a display piece and they WILL sell out here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MCB Matt View Post
    Very nice piece. I would be interested in becoming a distributor for them!!! I just need a display piece and they WILL sell out here!

    Matt
    Thanks Matt ! I will get with you soon !

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