RetroSound Introduces New Long Beach Radio for Classic Vehicles

RetroSound Retro Manufacturing, the industry leader in audio solutions for the classic restoration market, is introducing their newest radio offering: the Long Beach. The Long Beach is the first radio for vintage vehicles to feature SiriusXM® satellite radio compatibility. Connect, control and enjoy Satellite Radio, including new SiriusXM® Xtra Channels, through the Long Beach using the SiriusXM® SXV300 tuner. This tuner plugs directly into the Long Beach without the need for special adapters or translators. The compact size installs easily and discreetly behind the dash for a fully integrated look.

The Long Beach is a full-featured radio, with Made-For-iPod®/iPhone® compatibility and built-in Bluetooth® for hands-free calling and wireless audio streaming. A powerful 25 watts x 4 channel amplifier is built in, and RCA pre-outs — plus subwoofer output — are provided for adding external amplifiers. The Long Beach has a 32,000 color display to customize it to your vehicle’s interior. Two USB inputs for iPod/iPhone or USB flash drives and two standard auxiliary inputs provide plenty of flexibility. It fits a wide variety of classic automobiles thanks to RetroSound’s patented InfiniMount adjustable shaft system.

The Long Beach is available in five styles: chrome face and push-buttons, black face and push-buttons, chrome face with black push-buttons, black face with chrome push-buttons and chrome face with ivory push-buttons. Officially-licensed radio dial screen protectors with all the popular GM, Ford and MOPAR logos are available separately. Suggested retail on the Long Beach is $399.99.

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    • Customer Service Techs
      Customer Service Techs

      Hello Len, we do not sell any products on our website. We would recommend doing a Google search for this item in the locations near you. Thank you!

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  1. Jerry Robertson
    Jerry Robertson

    interested would like more info. My car is a1956 Chev and my truck is a 1956 Ford F-100,however I doubt you have the round faced radio as it was originally???

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  2. Frank Heery
    Frank Heery

    Do you have on to fit a 1961 Cadillac, it has the volume and tuning knob are both on the left. It has an unusual design.

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  3. jronay56
    jronay56

    I have a 1940 Buick 4 Door Sedan with a 6 Volts Battery. Do you have the radio that I need ?

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