So i have a 66 coupe with the original AM radio. It looks like this but way nicer. http://i.ebayimg.com/19/!B7Lb0Y!EWk~...YD!~~-1_35.JPG I want to keep the vintage look but with added functionality of at least iPod. I don't even necessarily need FM and there is no need for XM. So the way i see it i have a couple of options. 1. leave the unit dead in the dash and install an aftermarket unit in the glove box. I want this as a last resort. I despise the idea of having a non functioning radio in the dash. 2. Custom Audio - I've read forum after forum where people bash the overall ****ty nature of these radios. I still think it would be a big step up from the AM unit i have and they seem pretty easy to install. USA - 230 or USA - 66 Custom Autosound Radio Models 3. Retrosound seems to have their own classic version which is supposed to have a better quality than the Custom Audio version. RetroSoundUSA.com - RETRO CLASSIC RADIO FOR 1964-66 MUSTANG 4. Option #4 is really a bandaid fix. The Redi Rad. This little gizmo is installed in the back of the existing radio and will allow for an MP3 hookup through the radio antenna? I've tried similar products with cars that didn't have iPod jacks and was not really happy with the result. I imagine this will be more of the same. Plus i don't think the existing radio will be able to support the two 6 1/2 speakers i'm puttin in the doors or the two 6X9s i'm putting in the back. RediRad Classic Car AM and FM radio adapter- MP3/Satellite Radio to AM or FM band 5. Send my unit out to get new guts put in it. This was i keep the face and get a professional radio guy to put in the right parts. problem $$$ I know i'm asking for the world here but is there away to get a high power radio with awesome sound and still have the retro look???? I'm open to all ideas.