This is OPINION just mine, so take it or leave it...
You have a very rare ANTIQUE sports car.
This is not a daily driver, or shouldn't be.
It is 40+ years old (This is a long time in car lives, like a 100 year old man)
You should be listening to the sounds the car makes.
You also have to be always aware of the other drivers around you who are distracted by their RADIO'S and PHONES.
SAAB didn't put radio's in the car when built, They were added because salesmen wanted them. (I have opinions about salesmen also <G>)
If you must have a radio, I would hide the whole thing, including the antenna, and speakers.
Of course this is MY opinion, as I wouldn't be caught dead with a radio in my 69 Sonett II V4.
Enjoy your car, RGS in DA'Burgh, Pa. USA
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