If you're looking for a radio for your classic Chevrolet Caprice, then you're in the right place. You won't have to cut the dashboard or make any changes to the interior of your vehicle to install it as it fits into the original dash location. As you can see from the picture, it's a blast from the past, looking like an authentic car radio from the 70s. It also has two physical dials, which are reminiscent of the original Chevy Caprice radio.
Manufactured by vintage radio specialists Custom Autosound, this radio for sale is a USA-230, made for a 1970-72 Chevy Caprice. The stereo, which works on either FM or AM radio, has a voltage capacity of 200 Watts. It has a rear auxiliary input jack, with a pin jack of pin jack of 1/8’. This allows you to plug your phone, tablet, and other electronic devices into your car radio, provided that you have an auxiliary cord.
The clock is digitalized, making it clear and easy to read. There are 16 radio stations pre-set: 12 are FM radio, 4 are AM. This can always be changed using the easy-to-use electronic tuner built-in to the radio. It comes with a four-way fader, meaning that sound is spread through different speakers, giving the radio of your vintage car the sound-quality of modern stereo speakers.
The radio is also equipped with a powerless wireless antenna, so that your car will reliably be able to tune in to whichever radio frequencies you'd like.
In addition, it has four channel RCA pre-outs on the back of the radio. If you want to recreate the sound of a vintage radio to further enhance your classic Chevrolet, while also wanting a host of modern day features, like auxiliary input, then you should conduct us about purchasing the Custom Autosound USA-230 radio that we have listed for sale.