Nessie got her damaged ceiling panels replaced and a New old dashboard. A new twin post stereo in the new dash also. 

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New two post stereo

A PYLE dash radio. I haven't seen one of those for some time.

Yup its a pyle and brand new. It was the only new two post radio I could find that didn't cost a fortune or that was branded to a particular type of classic car. The best part is that it plays MP3s via usb or sd card input but looks like a basic analog am fm stereo.

Nice install,,, 2 posts stereo's are almost as hard to find as a kanooter valve for a 57 chevy.

After reading your post, I looked on Flea bay and only found ONE 2 post stereo that didnt require a 3rd mortgage. Your doing a great job on the RV works.

I got the stereo on Amazon. It was less than $20. Had to modify the faceplate as the shafts are adjustable but the faceplate is not. The new dash piece had a shaft hole spread of 5 3/4". The radio did 5 or 5 1/2". slight modification to the dash plate in the way of opening the holes to allow the 5 1/2" spread shafts to fit. 




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