I am trying to go the retro-mod route yet keeping period accurate aesthetics. I looked around and figured out what was in my car ('83 Ford EXP) originally. Seems like it had the same as the '83 Mustang. However, I am sure people upgraded these. That said I got into looking at what people would upgrade to. In '86 the Blaupunkt Bremen SQR 46 which Blaupunkt put out a re-release with modern features a few years back. They are still available on eBay for not much more than they were selling at re-release. I am leaning towards the Blaupunkt over most everything I looked at. To me, a lot of the vintage/classic car radio company stuff has a fake look to them. Looks like an imitation Coca-Cola to me... "like I guess that will do the trick, but I can tell and taste it ain't the real thing" I also looked at the Continental radio and it is pretty decent looking except that it is missing some features I desired, but price point is certainly nice. Next I thought about getting something with an led backup built in (no double din since those would just look out of place). I looked at the Porshe PCCM retro radio but I am unsure of what would go into installing it but likely it would work I believe. Good looking radio with great features but expensive as hell at around $1200+, I don't think I am willing to dish out that much... I then found the SWM 7805 which is surprisingly inexpensive at under $60 on Amazon while having a decently plain aesthetic. Comes with a camera too... only two reviews and a few scattered YouTube reviews, some in other languages. Didn't seem very reassuring to me... For styling I am still just leaning towards the Blaupunkt radio, would be curious what everyone else has done and what your opinions are?