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    Senior Member Nuclearbacon's Avatar
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    RetroSound Model 3 Bluetooth Radio For Sale $300

    Hello Everyone!!

    I have been using my RetroSound Model 3 in my DeLorean and I Love it! When I installed it, I screwed up and shorted my original model. Thinking that I'm an idiot, and it was totally my fault, RetroSound will not be replacing my radio because of my stupidity, so I purchased another to install.

    AMAZINGLY, RetroSound replaced my radio! So I have another sealed in the box ready to be installed!

    I love the radio because it looks like an 80s radio with knobs and looks booring as hell to someone peeking in the window. But you get so much with it!
    Copied from my install thread:

    Pros of the RetroSound:
    -looks stock
    -looks STOCK (does not look like a radio to steal)
    -I have a huge flash drive under the dash with ALL my favorite music and ability to plug in my iPhone and my girlfriends ipod/iPhone.
    -their customer service! I had an issue where I broke one of the stalks and the receiving plug in the radio. They took care of me! It was totally my fault too.
    -install was easy (with your help!)
    -simplicity of display.
    -color matched to your dash lights!
    -Amp outputs, and multiple inputs!

    Cons:
    -its custom so it takes a while to get everything to fit how you like
    -the buttons slightly stick so I'll have to loosen up the stalks and adjust them, but should be fine after (and it was!)
    -no cd player(who cares!)
    -I'll try to think of others (maybe cost? But it wasn't that expensive compared to most radios)

    I paid $300 for this unit. I'd like to get close to that!

    I will post a few photos when I get home, also if people ask to break the seal to show the contents, I can do that too.

    Thanks for looking!

    Unit is located in Santa Cruz, California

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    -Luigi-
    Thank you ALL for your patience and your tremendous help!

    1982 VIN#10588 Build Date Dec '81

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    Senior Member Nuclearbacon's Avatar
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    I should never say I'm posting photos tonight. I always forget then feel stupid later

    But! I have a few photos... now!





    The box is factory sealed and again, I'd be willing to open it to show off the contents, but I also have photos of my last radio to show what it comes with.
    Last edited by Nuclearbacon; 01-02-2018 at 07:59 PM.
    -Luigi-
    Thank you ALL for your patience and your tremendous help!

    1982 VIN#10588 Build Date Dec '81

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    Senior Member Nuclearbacon's Avatar
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    Someone should make me an offer! I'd much rather have a DeLorean owner use it and love it than just put it in eBay.

    Thanks!
    -Luigi-
    Thank you ALL for your patience and your tremendous help!

    1982 VIN#10588 Build Date Dec '81

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    Senior Member Chris 16409's Avatar
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    How does this radio stack up with the current RetroSound offerings. It seems their model codes are now named after towns. Does this radio have usb and aux out? Bluetooth? You can get a new Aux out only version for about $160.
    Chris Miles

    For Better or Worse I own a DeLorean!
    1983 Grey Manual, VIN #16409, Fresno, California

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