I have a 1978 X1/9 with the early dash. The dash was never cut for any radio but come spring, I would like to have a radio installed. If I install a radio, I would like to keep it relatively hidden for both aesthetics and theft prevention. There are two places in the dash I think a radio would fit. A CD player is not necessary anymore as they are obsolete so the size doesn't need to fit the CD required parts. I honestly like listening to the radio as times as I like the local morning talk shows and winning concert tickets. Internet streamed radio delays too much to attempt contests. Location options 1. Has anyone found a multimedia unit that would fit in the ash tray compartment? It's like 1.5" x maybe 5". I haven't done accurate measurements yet and am willing to slightly modify that cutout. The screw holes for the center console panel are already cracked so the part is not pristine. 2. Installing a cutout on the passenger side dash speaker panel and fitting the head unit behind it. No CD depth allowed here either unless I cut into the wiper linkage compartment in front. That is doable but I would rather not. In both cases a little flap would conceal the head unit away to deter any would be thieves. In rural southern Indiana, I've already had items stolen out of my 124 Spider. I couldn't imagine what driving in metro Detroit would invite if a decent sound system is easily visible. I'm in no rush, just casting and seeing if I get a good bite.