Ford Fiesta Audio Options
Restoring a concours Ford Fiesta and looking to find the original audio equipment? You've come to the right place. Listed below are the original manufacturer fitted and optional entertainment systems fitted to both the Mk1 and Mk2 Fiesta
Mk1 Fiesta Standard Radio Options
the Mk1 had it's audio units integrated into the centre console (meaning a standard sized DIN headunit will not go in without trimming away some of the console), these units were bolted in from behind and the P21 is no exception.
If you were lucky enough to own a 'posh' Fiesta, you will have recieved the higher spec stereo cassette RST21P, fitted to Fiesta S and Ghia models.
|Description||Push button LW/MW radio with Stereo cassette|
Mk1 Fiesta Optional Radio Units
The Fiesta came with one optional unit, the SRT32P, at varying cost depending on the model you wanted it fitting too (dependant on complexity of adding to the wiring loom presumably). Fitting to a Popular Plus would cost you an extra £312.27 in 1982, where as upgrading a Ghia which was a plug and play type operation would only set you back £109.47.
Mk2 Fiesta Standard Radio options
The P21 is the most common unit fitted to the Mk2 Fiesta, it was the base model fitted to all models that didn't have the luxury of either FM or a cassette player.
|Description||LW/MW radio, 6 push-button waveband selection. Pre-selection of favourite stations.|
Ford Sound 2005
The Sound 2005 is the FM and cassette enabled unit found as standard in the later Mk2 XR2. It also continued to appear in the Mk3 Fiesta.
|Description||Electronic stereo/radio cassette player with PLL tuning (automatic and manual), LW/MW/FM, LCD display, 16 presets (8FM, 4MW, 4 LW), noise reduction system.|