Our Infinity 1964-1966 Pontiac GTO kick panel speakers fit vehicles that came without factory air conditioning and are designed to allow you to mount 6.5" speaker up front in your vehicle without having to cut holes or pay for expensive, custom work. These mount just like the originals and come with Infinity Reference, low profile 6.5" speakers pre-mounted in them. We searched to find high quality speakers that sound good, have a shallow mounting depth, and a speaker grille that does not protrude out too far that it hits the e-brake pedal. These Infinity Reference series 6.5" speakers handle 55 watts RMS and 165 watts, peak, making them a perfect match regardless of whether you run them off of the radio or an amplifier. Add great sound to your classic car with 1964-1966 Pontiac GTO Infinity kick panel speakers from Classic Car Stereos.
Add HushMat Wave Breaker pads for even better sound. The HushMat Wave Breakers simply stick to the body behind the kick panel speakers and eliminiate backwave distortion so that you hear 30-40% more of the music that your speakers are producing. The Wave Breakers will give the effect of a sealed enclosure despite an open-air installation. The HushMat Wave Breaker pads come with peel and stick adhesive and require no special tools for simple, easy installation.
Please Read Before Installation
If your vehicle is equipped with a foot pedal parking brake assembly, please check the alignment of the foot pedal arm as repeated use can cause the arm to bend towards the kick panel. Misaligned foot pedal arms will interfere with the kick panel speaker assembly.
Kickpanel Installation Suggestions "A" Bodies Including '64-'67 & -68-'72
Driver side speaker only 'clears' the emergency brake pedal, if the kick panel is installed inside all carpeting etc. and retaining screw is utilized (forward lower side) 64 only. Grooved top
of the panel must be trimmed to 'match' the end of existing trim on the vehicle (approx 7" where 'notch' is). In some vehicles an additional attachment screw may be necessary to "pull in" the kick panel for brake pedal clearance.