There are the newer Retro style radios, but I am not sure that they make one that fits the 67. A "good" car audio shop should be able to tell you, though those are becoming hard to find. Having a PO hack things up does free one up a lot. It can also tick one off pretty heavily too. The amount of "jerry-rigging" on mine was pretty amazing. PO used a cut piece of electrical extension cord for a couple of wire runs originally. Seriously one of those orange extension cords. They also fiberglassed a lot of the rusted areas poorly so as soon as they got wet they came off. They hid it pretty well too so I didn't see a lot of it until after the blinders came off. Ha. Some of the stuff was so badly done that unless I get a donor 67 there is no way to go back to stock (namely the bed area). My wife's 66 Dart on the other hand is bone stock. Original interior, original paint, original engine, etc. There are a ton of things that I really want to do but it is really hard when there is so much original, untouched stuff there. She actually just decided this weekend that she wants to sell it (after only a year). She wants to get a shell of something and give me free reign to do what I want to it, as long as it is safe. It felt like christmas came early. Hahaha. Of course that means she gets to drive my 67 while I build her care.