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Metra 99-6519B 1/2 DIN Dash Kit for Dodge Charger/Magnum with Interface & Antenna Adapter

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Metra 99-6519B 1/2 DIN Dash Kit with Interface & Antenna Adapter

Double DIN Matte Black Stereo Dash Kit with Trim Panel (99-6519B) by Metra¬ģ. This product is made of high-quality materials to serve you for years to come. It also includes Axxess AXTO-CH1 Amplifier Interface Harness & Antenna Adapter.

Features:

  • Compatible with Dodge 2005-2007 Charger/Magnum vehicles
  • Accommodates ISO Single DIN mount
  • Designed and manufactured with precision tolerances
  • Painted to match factory dash color
  • High-grade ABS plastic construction
  • Installation Dash Kit for Single or Double DIN Radios
  • Includes a storage pocket below the radio for single and double DIN mounting
  • Accommodates ISO Double DIN mount
  • Gapless fit between the dash and the kit
  • Factory matched texture style
  • Color: Black
  • Includes Axxess AXTO-CH1 Amplifier Interface Harness
  • Includes Antenna Adapter

  • Radio Housing Trim Panel
  • Radio Housing
  • ISO Brackets
  • ISO Trim Plate
  • Double DIN Brackets
  • Double DIN Trim Plate
  • Pocket
  • (6) Metal Panel Clips
  • (6) #6 x 3/8” truss head Phillips screws 
  • Amplifier Interface Harness
  • Antenna Adapter

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