I saw a picture of one once! its in my owners manual I think. It was purday!
too bad nobody in the 21st century listens to cassettes, otherwise our 87-91 bonne'* would rule the factory stereo competition!! I am telling you my 15 year old '89 has the factory head unit, and all its original speakers, and it is better than my mom'* new beetle'* am/fm/cd/mp3 player which has 8 speakers and 200watts, my dad'* saab 93 with i don't know how many speakers and am/fm/cassette/cd/mp3/changer, but doesn't beat his escalade
, oh well, I didn't pay $60,000 for a car
Yeah KEOTOK is correct, there is a converter for Pioneer [maybe other brands, but who cares about them? Pioneer is the best!] I have seen it in summit, I don't think it'* quite $50 but I think somewhere in the $20-$40 range. It may not be the same as what KEOTOK has though, I don't think it says anything about a wireless signal, this one seems wired. So i'd go with his, since he has hands on experience with the product.