Sound Solutions for Vintage cars
Vintage AutoSound/WoodRadios.com has relocated to the STAVE FALLS area of Mission just east of Vancouver. See the Contact Us area for details
Note our new ph. # 604-462-1217
FM conversions allow the car owner to have AM/FM BlueTooth and USB, By using the included auxiliary input or the BlueTooth or USB you can listen to pre-recorded music and even use your XM satellite radio ALL with the original radio, using the original controls found on the radio and appearing as original.
The FM Stereo modification can give as much as 200 total watts of power thru 4 speakers with complete left to right and front to rear balance and fade!
Hands free cell phone use with an integrated microphone is now an option for your conversion....AND it it will generally retro-fit for those with previous Aurora conversions!
We can now accept Interac E-transfers. If you have an e-transfer account setup you can pay us directly without any credit cards or other money transaction methods. Virtually all financial institutions offer this service. It's slick and cheaper for us both..Larry
Pre -amplifier outputs and USB are one of our most requested options In keeping with the continual upgrading and scope of features these are now available.
All reproduction radios offered from this point forward include built in BlueTooth and pre-outs for speaker and subwoofer amplifiers. For a complete list of avaialbel rewpro radios have a look at www.radiosforoldcars.com. I'll get this site updated after the rush.
I have located an 8-track repair facility that has all the parts and gives an awesome guarantee. Great people and great service. http://www.8trackrepaircenter.com/
If you need carburator work, either rebuilding or restoration try The Carb Guy, Ken Reimer. He has done several of mine and I have nothing but good things to say. Reach him at email@example.com or 604-839-5956. And definitely check out his site www.thecarburetorguy.com
We support The Comox Valley Classic Cruisers who host their Annual Graffiti Bash Car Show in Downtown Courtenay in July.