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  • 85 Maxima carputer

    The car:

    1985 Nissan Maxima

    Stereo:

    JVC KD-SH9750
    stock nissan door and deck speakers
    Mobile Authority tweeters in the doors
    Altec Lansing 240w bridged to a 12" RF series 1

    The carputer:

    PII-400
    192mb ram
    6.4g hd
    dvd drive
    Mobile Authority 7" TFT in custom pullout/flip-up housing.

    So far these are the only pics I have of it.
    screen stealthed
    screen closed
    screen pulled out
    screen up

  • #2
    Not bad looking, I like the stealthing you did. I myself have to do some stealthing on all my components too I think. Considering I am putting about $2500 into my system I can't afford for anything to be stolen.. Oh well just more work to do in the end....
    Philip Plante
    my projects:
    idgn.org | idgnonline.net | contrastsolutions.net

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    • #3
      Originally posted by pplante
      Not bad looking, I like the stealthing you did. I myself have to do some stealthing on all my components too I think. Considering I am putting about $2500 into my system I can't afford for anything to be stolen.. Oh well just more work to do in the end....
      wow, that's more than your car is worth

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      • #4
        You are correct, but the system I am building will go into the '66 Mustang Fastback I will be restoring this summer...so I think it will all work just nicely together.
        Philip Plante
        my projects:
        idgn.org | idgnonline.net | contrastsolutions.net

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        • #5
          Ok, here are some more pics,

          Windows desktop
          ME 1.77

          I find windows to be quite legible using an ATI Rage's tv-out with a TFT monitor.

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