Just search "hidden car antenna" and you'll have dozens of choices.
The cheapie head unit has an input jack, and I use my phone for XM. Works good, but sometimes it's nice to twist the key and the tunes come on. The local stations are all 100K watts, just need reception around town.I used a hidden one in my ‘40 Sedan… it worked ok, but not great. Might be easier to use a Bluetooth capable radio and your phone .
I tried it...didn't work. Lousy plastic hangers.
I like the way you think. But about 15 minutes in, I get the itch for some tunes. Baby Boomer Disease.Louder exhaust, drive it like you stole it, don’t turn the radio on. 👍🏽
Thanks....looks good. I may give that one a try. I live in El Paso, so lots of stations at high power. I seldom take the car out of the metro area very far, so as long as it will grab the local channels, that's all I need.Similar situation here. I recently purchased this antenna: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07CNMDTY8?psc=1&ref=ppx_yo2ov_dt_b_product_details
I slid the flat antenna behind my passenger side A Pillar pad and ran the wire down into the dash and to the radio. It’s completely hidden from view. I get good reception on all of the strong FM channels. NOTE - I do live in the DFW metroplex so I do have good signal strength by locality. I can’t vouch for reception out in the rural areas.
I love how the ad says the ferrite core "Reduces Distractions"...Chinglish at its best!Similar situation here. I recently purchased this antenna: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07CNMDTY8?psc=1&ref=ppx_yo2ov_dt_b_product_details
Yes, Gilligan got radio stations from the fillings in his teeth.If you can completely insulate your deck lid, meaning hinges and latch, I have heard you can use that as an antenna.
22GT's idea might be out on the internet.