Just get one at auto zone then go to youtube for installation.Ok, So when i got my elky it didnt have an antenna and still doesent, So its time to get one,
I know like autozone has universal GM antennas , Is that what I should get or try to get a real el camino antenna ? And how hard is the install ??
If your car doesn't have the in-glass antenna and there's no hole in the fender for one, you might be satisfied with the performance of a hidden antenna that you can mount under the dash. If they don't have this at the auto parts store, they also carry them at marine supply stores as they are used in boats with 12v radios. I used to have one of these kits in my '82, and it worked fine with the stock radio. This would require no modification.
If you do have a hole in the fender, my experience has been that because of the position of the hole in relation to the body lines of the front fender, the universal ones don't fit right and tend to sit a bit crooked. I would recommend picking up an used antenna that was meant for a g-body.
Perfectly, they all use the same size, so no adapter needed. Mine worked with both my stock radio, and the Pioneer unit I installed later. The reception isn't quite as good as an external antenna, but I only noticed it on stations that were marginal anyway.Will a hidden antenna work with a aftermarket jvc ?