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  • Hyundai Sonata Car-PC install. OEM look.

    Hi guys.

    My latest install, in a Hyundai Sonata.
    Hope you like....

    Here we go....










































































  • #2
    I have always got to say I admire you guys that can do custom fiberglass.
    I like the way you used the vinyl, it goes well with the wood grain back ground. I had to send my bezel to Nexus to finish my install in my Honda cr-v, it's still in the work logs section.

    Hope there is more to come =)
    My new install

    D945GCLF2, M350 case,Xenarc 700 tsv,m-4 ATX
    Visteon HD radio w/mitches cable, BU-353
    2 Punch 150 amps, 1 Kicker ZX 400.1 watt
    4 Boston Acoustic Speakers,2 Pioneer 10 subs

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    • #3
      To me your install looks pretty darn good. I've always wondered how one would go about installing a screen into the woodgrain style of bezels. Two thumbs up
      If you cant DODGE em, RAM em.

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      • #4
        also impressed with the custom work, and i couldn't even do what you did, but somehow if it's possible i would have tried to stay with the wood trim; however if your seats are black leather i suppose that works too.

        regardless, great job!
        09 Pontiac G8GT [decently modded]
        former carputer owner, given up for iphone

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        • #5
          Nice work. I think it matches well with the rest of the black leather and plastic look of the dash components that are in or outside the wood burl stuff. Anything shiny would reflect the edge the screen.

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          • #6
            Wow!

            Damn! I with I was that good with fiberglass fabrication!!!!

            It looks great...
            "Most of the users you'll see in this site are still learning specially me"

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            • #7
              Thank you very much for the feedback. It is appreciated...
              It's the first "wannabe-wood"-console in which I integrate a screen, so I had my concerns about how to do it, but it went out the way I wanted it.

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