Curious about this one. I've got a 350 with great sounding exhaust, like a lot of us do. I practically don't need the radio at all, the car sings it's own tune. And it's always a hit. However since I like to have radio in case there's a sports game on, the rare occasion I do want music or if I a guest in the car wants music. So I've got this one. Roughly a 1988 Buick radio. This isn't my actual radio, but my garage was dark and the battery was unhooked and I was lazy. My car originally had the 2 post radio with the tape deck. That radio was actually more powerful and better sounding than I expected, but ultimately had electrical problems. So since the opportunity came I switched the dash components to the late 86-88 style LS interior. The Buick radio sounds great. Real warm sounding, has plenty of power. You can tell it's from the high end of those double-din era units. I use the stock speakers because they sound great still. Now my first car, the '88 LS which was basically the spitting image of my current Monte came with this radio. Again not my actual car since it's long gone, but what a turd of a radio. Tuner worked well but low power, sounded like shit at high volume. Bass and Treble control and you were lucky to have that. No tape player. GM was like, "Screw you, you're lucky you got a radio". Ironically if I could get one of the old "Radio Delete" plates for a decent price I would consider it. At the time seeing that was so awful, but now it's such a rare sight. Plus i'd save 15 pounds and a radio I barely use. People have phones now so it's not like entertainment or information is impossible to acquire on the go.