This 1973-1979 VW Super Beetle USA-230 is an AM/FM replacement radio. This VW Super Beetle radio has the same appearance as the USA-630, but it doesn't have a USB port or the CD changer control. It does include an auxiliary input on the back so you can plug in your iPod, iPhone, Android or any other device with a 1/8 inch mini stereo headphone jack. This USA-1 radio fits in you stock dash location without any modifications required.
Custom Autosound Radio Features:
Includes Cable for Auxiliary Input such as Ipod or mp3 Player.
Auxiliary Input connects to Ipod or mp3 Player through headphone jack.
Digitaly displays information on LCD screen modified to look like an old radio tuner.
- AM-FM Stereo
- 200 Watts (4x50)
- Auxiliary Input (RCA Rear) RCA to 1/8" pin jack included
- Digital Clock
- Electronic Tuner
- 16 Pre-sets (4AM-12FM)
- 4 Channel RCA Pre-outs
- 4 way Fader
- Power Antenna Lead
|VW Super Beetle 1973-79. |
VW Custom Autosound Radio VW Super Beetles 1973-79.
Click for Installation Instructions.
Due to the great success of our USA-630 radio we now bring you the USA-230. This new model radio has the same cosmetics as the USA-630 which has been a huge success. If you don't need USB/MP3 or CD changer control this is the model for you. An awesome looking radio a great price. Radio has no cassette but comes with auxiliary audio input.
If you have a portable MP3 player or Satellite radio just plug it in through the standard headphone jack and direct all audio through the Aux input. Broadcast your tunes in your car!If it takes a headphone you can plug it in!
Please note: Auxiliary Cable does plug in behind radio to keep radio face looking original. You will have to rig auxiliary wire to where ever you decide to dock your music. *(longer cable may be required depending if you decide to dock music in glove box, on the center tunnel, or between seats.)
Custom Autosound "kits" (modifies) each radio to fit specific vehicles so the radio fits your dash right out of the box. No kits/bezels or jury rigging to get it to fit/look right in your vehicle.
Installation of the radio requires the glove box be removed so the radio can be installed from the backside of the dashboard. Click on the Tech Tips tab for more information.
California Prop 65 Warning:
Please Note:The information listed below is for stock, unmodified VW's manufactured for sale in the US. VW's are commonly modified and very often parts from another year VW may have been installed on your car. California Pacific JBugs is not responsible for any errors if your car has been modified in any way.
The wide body of the radio requires that it be installed from behind the dashboard. The easiest way to do this is to remove the glove box. To start remove the glovebox door (2 bolts on either side,
near the hinges). Undo the screws on the brim of the glovebox opening (or drill out the rivets at the top on later models, the rivets can be replaced with sheet metal screws or rivets later). After
the screws/rivets are removed, pull the glovebox in to the passenger compartment of the car. Disconnect the cable for hood lock from the lever and the glovebox can be pulled out completely and set
aside, and the radio can be slid in behind the dash.