Just a guess but the angle of the dash would cause issues. The floor or a bracket or something would probably get in the way? I haven't messed with my radio area in 15 years so I might be wrong. I had a kit for a DIN and a 1/2 din eq under it. It was a tight fit for the eq and it is not very big depth wise either.It certainly looks like it has clearance for a double DIN. If no, how much is it off by? Height? Dept?
Well, let's put it this way. I'm very good at installing radios, even when wiring is completely cut or messed up. I'm average at mounting, but nothing special, as I'm having problems removing screws. There is no way I can ever fab my own with it looking decent. I have searched and found nothing. All I've seen are the ones from American Muscle and those are single DIN.Not any of the manufacturers that I carry at my store make the double din relocate. That doesn't mean that its not made anywhere, but I do carry the bigger name in dash kits, Metra. Maybe try Scoche? or even a no name company that makes oddball kits.. just hunt around on the search engines. You could fab it yourself, but I'm not sure how much experience you have with that or even what kind of job it is.. I haven't looked at mine in a couple of years. I can tell you it is definitely possible, it all boils down to how much fabbing you want/can do.
Other than that, all I can say is that in about a month or two, when I get my car running, I will be installing my D2 and I can give you a step by step when I'm done.. I'm sure you won't be waiting that long to do it, but just in case.
They are for the bracket. The bracket has two holes, and fits into the screws. Once on, nuts screw onto the screws, holding the bracket in place. It's a tight fit to get any grinder in there, but I will see what I have.Well I'm not sure what they are there for, but if you do some investigating and find you can do without them then I would suggest either an airsaw, or a grinder, or something with a cut-off wheel... just make sure that either A: you will still have good thread biting the metal they are screwed into, if they are important screws, or B: that they arent important screws, meaning they are just for clamps holding wires, or screws to hold something in place while it was welded from the factory, ect.
Those 1 1/2 DIN look like a probalem. I was looking at my friend's '94 Mustang GT, and it looked like it would be quite a bit of work to get a double DIN in there. Those are 1 1/2 DIN right?A measurement of the radio face height. The stock radio in your mustang is a single din. Most GM radios from the 90's and early 2000's were din and a half, and most new cars are now double din, meaning twice the height of the radio in the mustang.