Bought a Challenger 377 back in January. It's stored in a fenced lot at a self-storage facility. Short story: it was burglarized, probably by teenagers since the only things stolen were the radio and the receiver for the tire pressure monitoring system. The faux wood trim surround was simply yanked to pieces to get to the radio. The heater controls were left dangling and the rear TV monitor pushed back.
I'm going to get a new radio, obviously, but ... there seems to have been no mounting structure behind the console. Could the radio have been held in place by just the trim piece and the light rectangular plastic piece that surrounded the radio?
Am I going to have problems matching a new radio to the radio wiring harness that now just dangles there?
BTW the DW and the four furkids in the family still love the 377; I just wish I had checked to see that all three of the little, lower windows on the dining room slide were locked. We've never opened them, but that's still no excuse.
Have a blessed Thanksgiving all.
Paul & Joy
and the Keeshonden: Montana, Xena and Nala who've been joined by Princeton, a Pomeranian who adopted us - a "foster failure."
Paul & Joy. "Doghowz" is a 2008 Damon Challenger 377 owned by our 3 Keeshonden and by our Pomeranian "foster-failure" with a Mini Cooper S toad