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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark View Post
    I've downloaded a number of my old CDs on a USB memory stick, & I just leave it attached to the USB port in the glovebox of my 2017 Mirage. The "Media" button on the left of Itchad's & my radio allows me to access the music on the USB memory stick.

    Your left button is a CD/Aux button. Do you have a USB port that taps into your radio system?
    Yes, an USB female on a wire in the glovebox. And it is selected by the CD/Aux button. Don't know if having a CD inside would block that, I never tried to put a CD in.


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    Quote Originally Posted by itschad View Post
    Due to an upgrade I have for sale the original stereo from my 2017 Mirage .
    It all works perfectly and will come with the fascia plate.

    Wanting 150 Sterling plus shipping.

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    Sorry to burst your bubble old bean but here across the pond the factory radios fetch $75, or about 50 pounds. I know the UK i s pricier, it just goes to show how different markets are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wallythacker View Post
    Sorry to burst your bubble old bean but here across the pond the factory radios fetch $75, or about 50 pounds. I know the UK i s pricier, it just goes to show how different markets are.
    Jesus Christ, I was told by the moosh who fitted my Pioneer that I'd get 200 for it. Just spent the last 40 minutes investigating and you're right. One on Fleabay for 80.I think I may well keep the unit, if I sell my Mirage I'll get that re-installed & keep the Pioneer.
    You know, you can go off some people

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    Quote Originally Posted by itschad View Post
    Jesus Christ, I was told by the moosh who fitted my Pioneer that I'd get 200 for it.
    Sounds like you have your buyer. Sell it to him. Or maybe he can help find a buyer through his business.

    Seems to me that he gave decent advice and service otherwise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by itschad View Post
    Jesus Christ, I was told by the moosh who fitted my Pioneer that I'd get 200 for it. Just spent the last 40 minutes investigating and you're right. One on Fleabay for 80.I think I may well keep the unit, if I sell my Mirage I'll get that re-installed & keep the Pioneer.
    You know, you can go off some people
    I have your same radio in my 2017 Mirage, & I can't think of any circumstance where I would spend any money on that system.

    If you really like the new Pioneer system, I would have the factory radio reinstalled if you sell the car like you said. I've bought a used vehicle once where someone did that to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eggman View Post
    Sounds like you have your buyer. Sell it to him. Or maybe he can help find a buyer through his business.

    Seems to me that he gave decent advice and service otherwise.
    The lad, an Lithuanian, works for a large company so it would be against company rules for him to buy then sell in store.
    I think I may keep it, it's on the bay of fleas now for 85, if it doesn't sell I'll not lose any sleep. Some years ago certain car manufactures ICE were expensive, what the hell happened?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark View Post
    I have your same radio in my 2017 Mirage, & I can't think of any circumstance where I would spend any money on that system.

    If you really like the new Pioneer system, I would have the factory radio reinstalled if you sell the car like you said. I've bought a used vehicle once where someone did that to it.
    Totally agree. I hoped to recoup some cash for the Pioneer unit. I'll probably end up chucking in a drawer somewhere where it'll be forgotten and gone right out iof fashion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itschad View Post
    The lad, an Lithuanian, works for a large company so it would be against company rules for him to buy then sell in store.
    I think I may keep it, it's on the bay of fleas now for 85, if it doesn't sell I'll not lose any sleep. Some years ago certain car manufactures ICE were expensive, what the hell happened?


    Totally agree. I hoped to recoup some cash for the Pioneer unit. I'll probably end up chucking in a drawer somewhere where it'll be forgotten and gone right out iof fashion.
    Back up cameras became mandatory in 2018 here. Thus, the end of a simple radio (with no screen) in new U.S. vehicles. Cheap aftermarket stuff makes selling items like this a bit more difficult.

    I still remember the days when base level cars didn't come with a radio. Those days are long gone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark View Post
    Back up cameras became mandatory in 2018 here. Thus, the end of a simple radio (with no screen) in new U.S. vehicles. Cheap aftermarket stuff makes selling items like this a bit more difficult.

    I still remember the days when base level cars didn't come with a radio. Those days are long gone!
    I too recall those days of radioless cars. The first car I had fortunately did come with a Motorola push button LW/MW radio.
    My father had an Austin A40 Farina that didn't even have a heater. Nice old car though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itschad View Post
    My father had an Austin A40 Farina that didn't even have a heater. Nice old car though.
    Yea eh itschad. No heater, isn't that hard to believe!? My Mom had an Austin back in the early 70s. Not sure the year. I may have mentioned this to you already.

    This was in Canada though. But with my grandma being from Scotland, she passed on the tradition, and bought English cars apparently.

    Cool red Austin there. I do like the design. I have seen a classic Volvo of that era before, like at a gas station once, and asked the owner about their classic Volvo. To my eyes they are sort of similar..


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