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Hey guys,
I know nothing about audio. Zilch. Zero. All I know is that I appreciate a good, premium stereo and good bass. We're restoring a 1964 1/2 Mustang, and we're hoping to put this radio in:
http://www.casmfg.com/Mustang_Radios.htm
This way, we can put in an aftermarket stereo system.
Here's the stereo I was planning, and give me advice please:
On this page there are kick panels for the front of the car- my model would be KMCV-1, which is a kick panel that fits a 1965 and it's a Pioneer.

Then, (on the same page)
I chose the "Custom Audio Dual Voice Coil Speakers" I'm assuming they're good because they're the most expensive!! The model I would use is the first one you see.

Last of all, the "Backseat Drivers" How many would be needed? One set would be sufficient, right?

The only think I was worried about is, that you'd have two treble and bass speakers in front, and then big bass in the back. So, I'm going to think that if you're sitting in back, you're not going to get much treble or mid-range???

I honestly don't know what the Undercover speakers are- are they dual treble and bass, or just bass,, what are sub woofers- aren't they bass?? (I'm clueless.)
 

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First off your gona need to change your electrical system if you want to run all of that , because Those mustangs run off a 6 volt system , and all that stuff u wana run runs off a 12 volt.
 
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