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    1. #1
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      67'- 68' Camaro / Firebird Single DIN Radio Mounts

      UPDATED 10-21-21

      First batch of single DIN radio mounts for 67-8 Camaro & Firebird available , now a solution to mount a modern radio head unit for the vast majority of people dealing with a cutup dash from over 50 years of owners! Have better quality, usually with many more options and less expensive than the two shaft type, pm me for details pics of installed unit in a customers 67’ before and after he had it & dash pieces hydro dipped when I did a 5th Gen Camaro console install w/ @watsons_streetworks billet p/w switches
      You can paint to match interior, powder coat or hydro dip them
      I will be sending messages to people that contacted me before after I made my first mount, more mounts are being built now

      $145 shipped/ insured/ paypal for bare mount w/ mounting hardware10/21/21 Price is $155 now, due to raw materials/ hardware cost doubled
      message me or
      (702)677-4085




      SOLD OUT as of 9/1/19 Thanks to all the purchased the mount kits
      Jeff
      UPDATE 10/28/19, will be doing more to be available in next week or two


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    2. #2
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      Thanks everyone for the great response on these radio mount kits, will keep building them, Thanks, Jeff

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    4. #4
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      I need something like this but to mount a double din

    5. #5
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      Quote Originally Posted by davidfre21 View Post
      I need something like this but to mount a double din
      David,
      I am actually working on a design/ sizing for a double DIN this week, since I have had a few people ask about it
      Is your car a 67-68?

      Thanks, Jeff

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      Good looking Jeff!

      Carl Wilson
      1968 Camaro - T-56 6 speed - 383 Stroker, 2014 Mustang GT seats. FiTech EFI, Tanks Inc. Tank with Deutschwerks fuel pump.

    7. #7
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      I want to order one. I'd like to see how the double din comes out to see if I want to invest in a new head unit.

    8. #8
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      Quote Originally Posted by jwcarguy View Post
      David,
      I am actually working on a design/ sizing for a double DIN this week, since I have had a few people ask about it
      Is your car a 67-68?

      Thanks, Jeff
      It's a 68. I already bought the smooth delete panel to attempt myself but who knows when I'll get around to it. Plan on running vintage air controls.

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      Quote Originally Posted by 7Knapp View Post
      I want to order one. I'd like to see how the double din comes out to see if I want to invest in a new head unit.
      I will keep you guys posted on double DIN mock up, big issue is covering the lower section of ash tray hole, where it rolls under dash and have it look good

      Thanks, Jeff

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      Quote Originally Posted by davidfre21 View Post
      It's a 68. I already bought the smooth delete panel to attempt myself but who knows when I'll get around to it. Plan on running vintage air controls.
      david, Here is a pic of a guy's 68 with the VA controls that installed my mount kit
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      I gotta anvil carbon center dash cover on the way, it's a blank one, I will need to cut opening for center vent and heater controls (dse adapter) in my case
      Rest is still blank and covers the ashtray, there might be enough room to
      Have a opening for a 2din. Will have to wait till I have it in my hands.

      https://anvilauto.com/products/camar...ash-panel.html

    12. #12
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      Are you going to make any for a Double Din radio??

      Scott

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      See, I don't care about the ashtray. It will be deleted with the new panel. But because of it, I'll have all the room from the VA controls down. Or I can mount the VA controls in the ashtray area and have all the room going up.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Camaro68+69 View Post
      Are you going to make any for a Double Din radio??

      Scott
      Working on design now
      As you all know, issue is lower most opening ( bottom of ashtray hole) to make look correct and not a huge fabrication job with rolling lower section of bezel, etc?
      Open for suggestions?
      Thinking of having same outer bezel width at bottom, but maybe a separate piece ( as a block off) for lower ashtray opening, wich is hard to see when seated in car, especially with a console installed as well

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      Is trimming needed if the radio section of the dash has not been molested?
      VaporWorx. We Give You Gas http://www.vaporworx.com

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      Quote Originally Posted by CarlC View Post
      Is trimming needed if the radio section of the dash has not been molested?
      Carl
      Yes, the height of hole is 2 7/8” ( mesaured from upper horizontal dash structure, down , to line to trim) yhe upper dash structure remains intact
      The width of hole is 8” ( centered)
      Slight trimming on sides ( factory round holes for stock radio shafts) to clear side theeaded mounting bosses , that are part of the mount
      I made up a “ install sheet” with diagram, dimensions and instructions

      Thanks
      Jeff

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      sweet I've been looking for something like this.

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      Quote Originally Posted by oldschoolmuscle View Post
      sweet I've been looking for something like this.
      Still have radio mount kits left
      Pm me for ordering
      Thanks
      Jeff

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      weekend bump

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      weekend bump

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