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Mounting brackets on 1955 ford taurus

My 1995 ford taurus came without a stereo and i am going to get one but it doesnt look like there is any mounting brackets for it and it doesnt look like there was any. how do you mount a stereo

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  • jesus Rojo May 11, 2010

    on this cars the stereo has just a hole were it goes in to the stereo has has side clips that keep it in place and you will need a special tool to remove if need to.

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