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    Has anyone done a old car installation?

    i have a 1971 ford f250 and was wondering if anyone has done a instillation in a older vehicle. im looking at metra's "[URLT]95-9000[/URLT]" universal under dash double din mount and the "New Black BBX-1 Double Din Mini-ITX Carputer Enclosure With Front USB".

    Thanks in Advance, Alice

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    That look's like it will work just fine or you could go the other route and make yourself a nice console and put all your gadgets in that. Just a thought SNO

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    i want keep original looking as possible, specially with a bench seat lol.

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    i wonder if the ASRock Z77E-ITX would work in the "New Black BBX-1 Double Din Mini-ITX Carputer Enclosure With Front USB"

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    I don't see why not. It's a mini-ITX mobo and the case supports standard mini-ITX size.
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