Driving a classic car is a very cool sensation on many levels. You get to cruise a car that has been around for decades, that has unique styling and stands out amongst todays massed produced vehicles, and you are keeping a bunch of metal out of the scrapyard. Sure there are more intangibles that are hard to describe in words. Driving a classic car just makes you feel good. Either you know what I mean, or you don't.
One of the big things you tend to give up, assuming you want to keep the classic look, is a good sounding tech'd out stereo system. Things just got a lot better for folks with a classic car that want to upgrade their stereo while keeping the dash intact.
Enter RetroSounds Model Two head unit fills the existing classic car stereo slot while giving you great sound, iPhone/iPod connector, two USB and aux ports (in the rear), Bluetooth for streaming audio and making phone calls, a 32,000 color LCD to match your cars interior, and AM/FM radio with 30 presets. You can choose between black, ivory, or chrome for $399.