He wanted something better than what he had currently, which was aftermarket audio, but it was old and busted....so we go with new hotness.
Only thing on this one was that old busted was pretty gnarly. This was easily the biggest set of aftermarket speakers I've pulled out of a car.....and I'm pretty sure they are home audo speakers. The stock door woofers were Pyle, but they were 4-point mountable, which tells me they may be home audio (not an expert) but based on the size of these hugeantic (it's a word) woofers, old school crossovers and 3" diameter tweeters; it's easy to tell that someone pulled these out of a loaded bookshelf speaker setup. The downside to this is that since the woofers were massive, they had to cut the door....which made it nearly impossible to mount real car audio speakers in the door. After some plastic plate magic, I got the door speakers secured perfectly.
Old Busted - Pyle Woofer, MTX Crossover, Unknown Tweeter
New Hotness - Memphis Audio MClass 6.5" Component kit (seperate crossover)
The reason we didn't go with a component speaker setup is because the owner didn't think they were tweeters.....since it's an 84, and ze Germans designed things weird back then, i can see why this happened....unfortunately, component speakers would have sounded better, but oh well....we move on.
The rears were simple....remove old (pretty good condition Eclipse speakers) and replace with much better MClass speakers.
Even though the fronts were massive, these MClass woofers simply CRUSH them in the sound department.....there is a night and day difference in the sound this thing has now. I've never heard a pair of MClass speakers that I didn't like.....it's why I have a pair of their Syncro Components in my shop setup!!