We love retro stuff – music, clothing, but most of all, cars! Retro cars encapsulate the feeling of an era. What you feel when you sit behind the wheel of a 1962 Cadillac Coupe de Ville is very different than the feeling you might get behind the wheel of a 1969 Chevy Camaro, but you better believe they will both make you feel something.
Maybe you have cherished memories of a road trip you took as a kid in a particular car, maybe you had posters of your high-school dream car plastered all over your bedroom wall… Whatever the reason, classic cars are more than just cars, they’re time machines for the soul. Each with a unique style and aesthetic that is just as important to its identity as the engine or transmission.
Which brings us to an interesting question. Can you give a retro car an audio upgrade without compromising its aesthetic? You bet! Whether you're looking to maintain the classic appearance of your car with a retro-styled digital receiver, or you want to bring the whole car into the 21st century with motorized touchscreens and LED lighting; if you can dream it, we can install it!
Drive-In Autosound has had the pleasure of doing some pretty interesting installs on some pretty unique classic cars. Like this ’71 Chevelle that got a major bass boost and some pretty slick LED lighting.
Or this ’82 Corvette that got a brand new custom radio installed in its dash. It looks like an old dial tuned radio until you turn it on, then BAM, digital display!
If you've got a classic car and have been considering an audio upgrade, Drive-In Autosound is the place to go in Colorado Springs and Pueblo, CO. Check out the gallery below to see some of our other Classic Car installs.
'59 Chevy Apache Pickup Truck | '56 Chevy Delivery Van | '36 Essex Coupe | '72 Chevelle Muscle Car | '85 Ford Ranger Pickup Truck | '80 Ford Silverado Pickup Truck