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  • 1992 Subaru Liberty Carputer Project

    Took interest ages ago and finally got around to putting a computer in my car!

    Power supply and GPS unit where purchased from the mp3car.com store, the rest where jjust purchased from a local computer supplier. Lilliput screen was from ebay, along with my speakers and my amplifier.

    Keep in mind the mess in the back is only temporary. Still have to cut up the wood and mount it all correctly. Please let me know what you think.


    This is my pride and joy. Unashamedly a gift from my parents after graduating university. Thanks mum and dad!

    The following are my Alpine Type-X speakers, mounted professionaly as always. Actually the plan was to mount them nicely, but not go as far as fiberglassing them in, as I plan to replace the car in 12 months or so.




    All of the cables have been run under the carpet in the car and these are for the touch screen. Power/USB and VGA.



    And my screen. The mounting that came with the screen has been bent and screwed into the car.




    And finally the mess in the back of the car! I had some more detailed shots, but they turned out blurry (too long an exposure). Just for curiosity, both the amp and power supply are turned on by a single 12v switch located at the front of the car.



    Please let me know what you think!

  • #2
    what carpc h/w u running? via?
    Roy

    2005 Range Rover 4.4
    Any ideas for putting a PC in this? :)

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    • #3
      why do you have an infiniti emblem as your backround on your software?

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      • #4
        Hardware:

        OPUS Solutions 150w DC-DC
        Pentium 4 (Celeron) 2.4Ghz
        512 Ram
        120gig Desktop HDD
        SB Audigy 2 Sound Card

        Actually, I didn't even realise it was an infinity emblem But since it looks cool and i've only ever seen one such car in Australia i think i'll keep it for now.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Shotty
          Actually, I didn't even realise it was an infinity emblem But since it looks cool and i've only ever seen one such car in Australia i think i'll keep it for now.
          lol, its the upper class version of nissan, just like the the acura of honda and the lexus of toyota.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Shotty



            mmmm spaghetti!

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