There were no repair shops during the early days of the automobile; families simply drove cars until they fell apart and either founded a new city with the car's parts or became skeletons. Revive your ride with this Groupon.
$159 for an iPod or Auxiliary-Input Car-Stereo Integration System ($350 Value)
Skilled technicians install iPod or auxiliary inputs, allowing drivers to plug their music player of choice directly into their car’s stereo. Depending on make and model, some older cars may also need an antenna adapter; in these instances, an extra fee may apply.
For more than 20 years, PH.D Electronics, Inc. has tricked out and repaired audio and electronic systems on a variety of vehicles. Today, it stocks stereos, remote car starters, and speakers from top brands such as Kenwood, Alpine, and Audiovox. The shops technicians install each piece onsite, manipulating the wires and electrical components while carefully avoiding scaring off the lightning bugs that supply the car's electricity.