Update: I finished installing the AM adapter and followed my original thoughts to enable Bluetooth function along with converting the signal so I could use my 1965 AM radio. Prior to starting the installation, I diagrammed, color coded, it all using Excel. The diagram worked well and helped during the install. It wasn't as bad as it looked, or sounds, but the secret was having all the required wiring and cables prior to starting, BUT, it did take some time, 4-6 hours, but well worth it. However, since we are putting the car back together from a complete restoration, we did not have to dismantle and reassemble. Amazon was a great source.
I completed the install as I originally outlined and, After Disconnecting the Battery, which was as: 1) Installed a RCA Cable to Radio Speaker Output using wires on one end and Female RCA Cable on the other. 2) Installed a RCA Female Cable to Front Speaker with Wires at the other end. I did the same for the Rear Speaker 3) To these cables and using a Female RCA Connector, I installed a Two Wire 15 Foot RCA Cable to the trunk. One Cable to carry the signal from the radio to the trunk where a RCA Cable Splitter with Female on one end and two Male on the other was to be plugged into the Left and Right inputs on the Amplifier. 4) The Second 15 Foot RCA Cable to be plugged into the Left or Right Output of the Amplifier and carry the signal back to the Front Speaker. 5) I reinstalled a 100 Watt Amplifier - 45 RMS per channel (my original radio was 1 channel so I used RCA Splitter Cables for input to the Amplifier. 6) Plugged the RCA Cable from the Rear Speaker which was done in 2) above to into the Left or Right Output on the Amplifier. 7) Plugged the Second 15 Foot RCA Cable into the Left or Right Amplifier Output. 8) Pluged the 15 Foot RCA Cable to the Front Speaker using a Female (Male to Male) Connector.
9) Installed RediRad AM Adapter per instructions ($110). I suggest caution if ordering because there is both AM and FM Adapters depending on the type of radio one has - $110. I did not install my Radio Antenna Cable to the RediRad as per the instructions - personal preference. 10) Installed NVX VUBT2 Bluetooth Receiver per instructions - $40. 3). 11) I installed two toggle switches under the dash to Turn on Wires on the Amplifier and the Blue Tooth NVX VUBT2 - personal preference. 12) Reconnected the Battery. Plugged Phone or other to RediRad 3.5MM Cable or Using Blue Tooth and contrary to comments from some people; IT WORKS GREAT. No expensive radio conversion was required! To play all my Pedal Steel Guitar songs is heavenly. FYI, there are no harps in heaven, they have all been replaced by Pedal Steel.
As a note, I discovered afterwards that the Amplifier really wasn't necessary and the factory radio does have enough volume and can power two 100 watt speakers, but........!