When driving your classic car there are sometimes when you want all the features of a modern audio system but don’t want to give up your original factory radio, or perhaps building that traditional early hot rod and any radio would look out of place. Thankfully the folks at Custom Autosound have a great solution to get the job done. Their Secretaudio SST-V radio has all the features you’re looking for including AM/FM, Bluetooth, Flash drive/USB, Satellite ready and 200 watts of power, all in a package that remains unseen once installed. Join Mark Simpson as he adds this new system to our project ’57 and is able to keep the factory radio to power its factory record player. This is one upgrade that delivers every time you head down the road.
Automotive battery technology continues to evolve, and the processes many of us have used to charge, re-charge and maintain our batteries have changed as well. Scott Parkhurst joins Mark Simpson as they examine how batteries and battery chargers have changed and proper battery charging. They’ll also discuss the pros and cons of Flooded, Gel and…Watch Now >>
We love to drive our classic cars, and while the classic car audio can seem nostalgic, on a long drive it can leave you yearning for more. For decades the solution was to simply pull out your old classic car audio and somehow fit a brand new radio into the factory opening. Many good dashboards…Watch Now >>
Car enthusiasts have argued the merits of white LED tail lights versus red LED tail lights bulb. Those that state the white LED bulbs are better in taillights insist they’re just brighter…period. While those that claim the red LED bulbs are better point out that the red taillight lens filters out much of the white…Watch Now >>