That’s not a car stereo upgrade we see every day.
How’s it going everyone, it’s your old buddy old pal Gatlin from Carphonix.
What are we looking at today? One of the more unique rides to ever come into the bays here. It’s a golf cart.
We’ll take you on a tour of this bad boy, show you the interior, the beer cooler, and more.
What are we doing with this one? We’re pulling out their old, beat up Kenwood radio and swap it for a Kenwood 301X with Bluetooth.
It gets a little ugly here folks, this is a beat up old radio. But we’ll get it all shiny and new in the end.
Check out the video below.
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So if you’d only ever seen this video you might get the wrong impression, but believe it or not we don’t just work on golf carts.
If you’re looking to get your car audio system upgraded, we can help. Whether you’re driving a car, truck, motorcycle, golf cart, ATV, or any other type of vehicle, we’ve got you covered.
Give us a shout here at the shop, and we’ll help you through the entire process. We’ll help you understand your options and put together a car stereo system that fits your budget and your ride.
You can find us using the contact information below.
Thanks for watching! Until next time this is Gatlin from Carphonix, signing off.
And in case I don’t see you – good afternoon, good evening, and good night!
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