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Finally, after a year of putting up with cheap speaker boxes flying around the back seat I did it. I took a scroll saw to the doors of swmbo's convertible. These Infinity Kappa 5 inch separates w/ crossovers really crank. It was a tough decision to cut the doors but don't worry, I found some original speaker grills for the door panels.

Rick Bombard
[color:green]1971 Grabber Green Metallic Mach 1 351C/4V Ram Air</font color=green>
[color:eek:range]1973 Medium Copper Metallic Convertible 302/2V</font color=orange>
Photos? GoTo:
http://albums.photopoint.com/j/AlbumIndex?u=1576259&a=11998051&f=0
 

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when you cut the holes in the doors did it warp the doors or change the shape of them? i want to add door courtesy lights on my 66's pony-ized interior

'66 coupe resto in progress... IT NEVER ENDS
 
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The '71 to '73 doors have indented ovals where the factory would have cut out if an FM stereo was ordered. Although 4x6 was stock the 5 1/4's weren't hard to fit. I didn't notice any structural or superficial damage.

Rick Bombard
[color:green]1971 Grabber Green Metallic Mach 1 351C/4V Ram Air</font color=green>
[color:eek:range]1973 Medium Copper Metallic Convertible 302/2V</font color=orange>
Photos? GoTo:
http://albums.photopoint.com/j/AlbumIndex?u=1576259&a=11998051&f=0
 
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