The toolbox is a Contico about $40 from Walmart online. This toolbox is heavy duty, you can step and sit on it. Toolboxes for around $20 will do, but it limits the size of speakers. The side speaker in this picture is a 8' woofer ($15) with a 6' grill over it. Facing rearward is a pair of 6' car stereo speakers from Walmart for $35
Step 1: Specification and Features
Dual car Stereo XHD 6425 $100
AM/FM Stereo w/ HD radio
USB and MP3/WMA CD player
Loudness control (More bass)
4 speaker output @ 50 watts per channel
Remote Control Preset buttons Clock
It displays MP3 Song names and Station Call letters & Titles
Has ID Tag support for CD and USB Flash drives
Aux Plug in for Ipod, etc.
HD reception was poor with a standard rod antenna. An antenna wire that was made longer, had exceptional reception
Step 2: Here is the guts Inside
A tool tray fits over the top to carry other items.
Step 3: Power Supply
Step 4: Batteries
I sometimes use this 12v fan to keep it cool when I play it loud and long.
Step 5: Here is its Baby Brother-Smaller Box = Smaller Speakers
With a cheap stereo and speakers it can be done for just over $100. Get the most expensive in everything, the price can be over a $1000.