We dont want pics of equipment. We want pics of equipment installed in car.
I've had a pair of custom 1508's for this car for several months they are black with a gold DD Logo....I've been drawing up a new box design for it ....
nice car,u did all the work your self.
Another LCRX "build log" fail....................
1978 - 1981 Headliners
Sure looks precut to me!
Methinks you gotta do some research before you make blanket statements like that.
BTW: The headliner has been available pre-cut for a couple years now. I'll be ordering one for mine in a couple months. No sense storing it until April when I can install it - no garage to do installs in.
I built the box in the trunk of my '79. So, I could have the subs resting flush with the rear deck. I can tell you that the smallish interior helps the botom end, a lot. You would not need a 15". I used 2 Boston Acoustic Pro 10.4's, in a sealed box. Two Orion amps (HCCA 250, for the mids/HCCA 225 for the subs). Yamaha deck. Alpine 11 band eq. Sounded dam nice for the small system that it was.
I think that amp you're looking to use will be very nice.
BTW, which engine, under the hood? Mine was a 403.
The only mods, are the ones you make. I suppose you could do it with a ton of work, but I didn't try.
As for the engine, you could fit a 350 or 400 Pontiac in there, instead. Not sure what kind of value hit you might take, though. Only classic car shows care. ...or collectors. Though, I think the 301 was the odd sized block. All other Pontiac V-8's were pretty interchangeable. But, the 301 didn't have anything in common with it's bigger siblings. Since you didn't have the turbo hood, it looks like you have a normally aspirated 301. Just my view, I'd put a larger engine in.
Pontiac 400 stroked to a 468. Don't go chevy...
A 455 uses the same block, cheaper to come by.