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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14 Responses to “RetroSound Introduces New Long Beach Radio for Classic Vehicles”

  1. jronay56

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

  2. Peter

    Do you do 64 jag Mark II positive ground with sm radio

  3. Randy

    Hopefully their quality is better than all the previous models

  4. Martin

    Where do I go for one for my 56 Bel-Air .

  5. 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.

  6. chuck

    Is there one to fit 67 LeMans

  7. Roy Gardner

    Need one for a 68 Beaumont. I believe the interior design was based on the Tempest.

  8. Jerry

    Have one to fit a 1966 GTO

  9. gary jole

    need radio for 62 Pontiac

  10. Lee Foster

    Do they have a radio for AMC Javelins?