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Thread: 1982 Lincoln Continental Carputer install

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    a router is also nice to cut plexi with.

    i used the router attachment for my dremel and was able to cut out circle holes for my fans just fine, infact it was better than a holesaw i think and didnt melt it too much aslong as i moved fast

    otherwise the best way is to us the scoring method
    Philip Plante
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    scoring definately works the best, but my epoxy didn't hold up so now i'm using L-brackets with bolts in conjunction to the epoxy so far so good

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    Long Shot,, but Does anyone happen to have a backup of my pictures that I had on this post originally? I see someone had asked me for a zip-file of them. I know it's been more than 8 years,, but hey, it's worth a shot.
    My OLD Carputer: http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=17412
    Currently, Don't have a carputer :( I sold my lincoln and bought a '93 Acura Vigor, plan on putting a carputer in it one of these days. You can see my vigor at: This Site

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