Quick view Details sku: 2734 KHE-300-USB with bluetooth 47 MSRP: Now: $249.00 Choose Options Compare Quick view sku: 2734 KHE-300-USB with bluetooth 47 KHE-300-USB Restoring a vintage Volvo car comes as one of life’s pleasures. The real satisfaction happens when accessories such as a KHE-300 created by Ken Harrison become installed. It makes lovely sound waves while cruising some... MSRP: Now: $249.00 Choose Options Compare Compare Selected Some car companies are known for fast cars, some companies are known for dependability, some are even known for flashy cars. There are the rare companies that can do all of the above. One of those companies is Volvo. Volvo isn't as well known in America as some other manufacturers but they really should be. Volvo has built solid, dependable cars for decades. They have a simple look that belies what is underneath the skin. Volvo has always been at the forefront of technology even way back when. When you needed a great running car you bought yourself a Volvo. It could get you to work, to school, to the grocery store, anywhere you needed to be, the Volvo got you there. The Volvo always had a simple yet distinct look that went unnoticed by some but by car people they could recognize great work. Sometimes simple is better and Volvo knows how to do it better than anybody. No matter how good the Volvo was it had its shortcomings like most classic cars. Whether it was the fact that it was harder to get parts for an older car or maybe the Volvo just wasn't that well known in the US. Even the best cars aren't always great but there is one thing that Volvo cars shared with other classic cars and that was the ridiculously bad radio. You think a company like Volvo could have made a better radio, a radio that didn't sound horrible. Well, they didn't so what can you do about it your Volvo radio now? You move on over to Vintage Car Radio and checkout the great selection from Ken Harrison radios. Ken Harrison radios are built to the highest standards and the sound will sit you on your butt. So get to Vintage Car Radio and get yourself a Ken Harrison radio today.