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    Quote Originally Posted by david69leonard View Post
    Did you leave the MDF in place for the dash or did you remove it after made the fiberglass shell? Looks very nice!
    Thanks, I did leave the mdf in place. It helped with mounting by reducing the need to fabricate and embed brackets into the fiberglass. I did go back and cut holes in some of the panels though to reduce unnecessary weight.
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    Yeah the dash must weigh a ton, a stainless steel dash would have made more sense when trying to disperse the 1.21 jiggawatts of power at 88mph lol

    I noticed the pics are all dated 2006, do you have any recent ones of the finished product?

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    I was gung ho on building a PC [until] just recently. However, between my new phone having internet and GPS and all...and this kit...Im starting to have trouble justfiying it haha.
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    Dirrrrr, lmao! That car rocks!!!

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    Thanks! The most recent pics are from the 2010 Delorean Car Show back in June in Lexington, KY. Shots of the car are on grenexmedia.com:

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    The shots of my car:
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    Engine
    Rear
    Steve



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    Love what you have done!
    I used to live miles away from the dealer in Oxnard! lolo, those were the days!

    I understand the need for analog gauges but I was really expecting to see a full out digital setup Dude, if you can manage that ... holy smokes batman! oops! wrong movie ...

    Might be fun just to put some kind of blinking light thingy in the engine compartment since you have all kinds of space in there. You know, just for fun

    Is that in the plans?

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    I hope you have a bttf style time circuit app .



    You could hook it into your navigation software, and have it display time of arrival, present time and when you departed.

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    AWE-*******-SOME!!
    I love the work. Great job...respekt...

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    That is freakin' amazing work! I was just on here for some questions about an OBD reader. I can see this web site is going to be BIG trouble for me when I see projects like yours.

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    Man great work so far. Can't wait to see the finished job

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