I want to put a 'stereo' in my '37 Chrysler, but I want to make minimal modifications/cuts/etc. So, that rules out using the package tray, cutting holes in the door panels, etc. It seems that car's in the 1930's would use what amounts to a single speaker box under the dash. I have one and that would work perfectly. That would mean mono sound only, but as that is 99% of what I listen to (mono music), that is not an issue. Also, the set up I describe would look basically stock, which is ideal. I do want it to have some degree of power. I thought I could put a basic after market stereo head unit in one of the glove boxes, one that allows me to plug in my iPod or other playback device. I could then hide an amp in the trunk and then run it to my mono speaker up under the dash. Do I just combine the two (-) and two (+) and run them each to the (-) and (+) of the speaker and call it a day? Basically, making the stereo output a mono setup? Am I thinking about this all wrong? I don't have a bluetooth unit for playback and that would not really work anyway as there is no player that I know of that can hold the number of songs my iPod has. Also, radio playback is of no importance. Any input or thoughts on this would be appreciated.