Pun intended. Anyways I have two scenarios, both of which could apply to C-bodies, although in my case they will be applied towards B and DX bodies. Qualifiers: I'm not "into" car audio, just looking to solve problems. I like an authentic vibe in my cars so this will be about factory radio/head units. 1) My T-roof Magnum still has a functioning AM/FM 4 speaker unit that I'll soon swap to AM/FM/CB. For now, I'm not concerned about making the CB work. However the stock speakers have surely seen better days and the no-roof effect requires more power to be heard. I would like to purchase an amplifier with at least 6 outputs that takes input from the stock radio and would also server as an "isolator" to preserve old radio guts from the demands of modern/louder speakers. I can't be the only person in such a boat. Then I need recommendations on speakers. I think they're 3" in the dash, 6x9 in the shelf and I plan to hide two door speakers behind the factory carpet on the door panel. Probably 6". You'll never know they are there. I could see this same plan working well for many C's. I'm not interested in any upgrades for the head units. 2) Someone with experience on "modern" 1999-ish, higher-end Mopar systems... Good replacement for factory door/a-post/liftgate speakers in a Dodge truck. I notice the ones in my Ramcharger sound pretty crappy now, even for AM talk use.