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    pontiac trans am touchscreen

    Just have to finish up my bezel. Took some aluminum ducting for air conditioner and molded it to the lilliput 8". Cut the cross section of the bezel off, just have to mold it and sand it down, should be good to go, was actually pretty easy and i didnt take the screen apart because, hell i dont want to mess it up.

    Still looks pretty good.
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    Not too shabby. I would def. fill in the lines on the bezel, and it does need some more sanding. Judging buy the gas gauge and center console its a pre 99?
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    yeah its a 94, i havent done anything to the bezel other than cut off the bar, i am still debating on putting a slot loaded dvd player underneath, i dont know if it will have enough room though. I am going to work on it more. Right now i am finishing up wiring my m2-atx to power my xbox, and im going to build a rear seat enclosure to hold a compaq laptop and the xbox.

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    damn, when i saw trans am...i got a little excited it was a classic. still a nice fab job though.

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    changed it up a little, i trimmed down the bezel and installed the screen directly into it, right now i am waiting for the epoxy to dry so i can sand it down, then i am going to use some epoxy putty to secure it in place.

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    update, its coming along great, have some small pits i need to fill in and sand down, and some air bubbles to wetsand i am hoping to have it all done and the lcd back in tonight or tomorrow.
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    Looks like you over sprayed it, ease off the trigger

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    Nice work bro

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    okay so i filled in all the little holes and everything, sprayed it flat black instead of glossy, now i just have to let it cure so i can put it all back together, i have to file down the holes for the buttons but it should be all together on sunday or monday.
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