Yes, you're right. There are 4 speaker holes. When I discovered this I had to purchase and install another pair of woofers. Not sure if this was for ventilation purposes, rear window defoggers, or audio reasons. I'm curious of this is standard for all C-bodies, only fuselage models or if I just got lucky with my year model. At the time, FM radio was still in it's infancy, but 8-track stereos were popular in '73. For what it's worth, I'm taking advantage of it.It looks like the rear deck had four speaker holes factory. Is that correct?
Oh man, that is great! Thank you for sharing!I drove the $&!t out of it this week. Just finished a 1,500 mile road trip. Fargo, Duluth, up the North shore of Lake Superior ( Not sure why they call it North shore as it seems actually the west shore to me), then down to Union,Il for the Midwest C-body meet, and then back to Fargo. Great trip. No issues. Low 70’s so perfect for no A/C.
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It will be good to see you soon.Yep you got to drive em to enjoy them. We only did around 300 miles but was all back country roads through PA OH & WV .The recent complete tune up got me around 13 mpg but was a lot of start stopping through Ohio through densely populated areas took a different route home more open roads.Car ran great no need for the a/c was nice and cool.Next trip is Carlisle can't wait.