I would try and find a local company that does major contracts and talk to one of the techies who does installs or field work, it is more than likely that they have stock that has been removed from their contract cars and would sell it on for a reasonable price.
Failing that or if you dont have time then Dick Smith or equivalent should be able to help you.
Also consider installation as a factor; whether you want a DIN mounted radio in the dash, or smaller one on the transmission tunnel etc.
Good luck and let us know what you get.
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Don't forget u need to buy an antenna to suit also... this can cost a little over $100 for a good one.
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That, and I could mount the head unit in the flap-cover of one of the storage bits in the dash, rather than take up the whole thing. I get a radio, and still use the storage space. Could probably fit a couple of hand-held radios in there, if nothing else.
DUDE!!! are you serious?? I really hope your not knowing what your talking about here. There is about A LOT of things wrong with what you have said here. MAJORLY inpractable.Thalass wrote:Could mount the radio itself right next to the antenna to reduce losses! (not that they would be huge over a couple of metres of coax, but still.