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Default connecting stock antenna wire to aftermarket antenna wire

I have 1992 Bonneville SE. I am replacing power antenna with a non-powered aftermarket antenna. It comes with a pre-attached antenna wire about 48inches long that comes with a male connector.

Question?? Is there a female connector on the existing stock antenna wire behind the car seat? On the right side of the trunk the stock antenna wire runs through a rubber boot that covers the opening from the trunk into the body cavity. Is there possibly a female end on the stock antenna wire behind the seat? Or is there a female to female antenna wire connector available at a stereo shop etc. Thanks
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