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I have a new in box pair of the 6 1/2" coaxials and the 6x9 coaxials, plus the P Kits for the 6 1/2s that you need to convert them from coaxials into components. I run the same model 632's in my XJ and love them. Super accurate, they take 150 watts rms each all day, and they get low. Super clean speakers. No trades. Shipping from Canada, message me for a quote. Thanks

P-632's - $120USD plus shipping
P-93 (6x9s) - $140USD plus shipping
P-Kit - $70USD plus shipping.

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I had a JBL BP1200.1 amplifier pushing 2 kappa perfect 12's in a sealed box with 2.5cu ft. That thing was so loud. First amplifier I bought. Holy **** was it loud.

JBL put out a lot of good products in the power series.
 
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I have a new in box pair of the 6 1/2" coaxials and the 6x9 coaxials, plus the P Kits for the 6 1/2s that you need to convert them from coaxials into components. I run the same model 632's in my XJ and love them. Super accurate, they take 150 watts rms each all day, and they get low. Super clean speakers. No trades. Shipping from Canada, message me for a quote. Thanks

P-632's - $120USD plus shipping
P-93 (6x9s) - $140USD plus shipping
P-Kit - $70USD plus shipping.

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Def old school "22 years"! thats awesome...possible to post some pics of speakers...not just boxes? looking forward...may make offer on package
 

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'03 with a 8.8" basically a copy of the Dana 35 internally imho a **** design, pulled a bunch of metal shavings out of it when we stuck our finger into it to check fluid levels and me & the mechanic looked at each other like SOB! Plus to rebuild it you have to pull the whole thing out as the cover is actually part of the mounting system as it mounts to the cover in 2 spots to the steel frame, stupid design. As a G-body person myself even before all this I wouldn't put one of those in a G-Body. 9" Ford yeah maybe but the 8.5" is actually a strong rear end when done with aftermarket parts. Even the 7.5" I did with posi was a good setup in the '84 Cutlass when I did it with a Auburn setup along with stronger axles as well.
 

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Nope it was my 1st car and sold it a long time ago a '84 Cutlass Calais and they only made one year in that style and around 4,000 of them, '83-'87 was only that one year.Yeah they had the older body style with Calais and rwd but after that the '85s were all that smaller one with front wheel drive. Until this disaster hit I had refinanced and was going to throw a bunch of money into savings to save up for a '84 442 and then modify it the way I wanted. Already been in contact with my engine builder. All told it was going to take me 3-4 years to save up and buy the car & then go from there. Figuring on a 350 rocket or a 400 chevy or if I can find or he can find one a 403 olds with around 500hp. The 350 rocket if I go that route will be around 440hp. I wanna stay olds for the engine but if I have to go Chevy it will be the 400. Too many people do 350 or 383's in them.
 
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