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Thread: 2002 Alpine Class A RV Carputer in dash w/mounted 10.4 LCD

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    2002 Alpine Class A RV Carputer in dash w/mounted 10.4 LCD


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    Nice Job!

    I'd love to do this for my grandfather's RV but I'm not sure he'd want to fumble with it that much.

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    That F*in rocks.
    All you need now is the music turned up and a bunch of hot chicks packed in there.

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    Very nice. With that large dashboard, the monitor doesn't look all that big or overwhelming.

    What features do you have included in this project. I could imagine with an RV, there are lot's of possibilities. Rear view camera, multimedia throughout the RV, etc.

    Very nice.
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    Nice! It sure must be nice to have sooo much room to play with.

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    I've always wondered when somebody was gonna do this
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    Quote Originally Posted by carpcnoobie
    Very nice. With that large dashboard, the monitor doesn't look all that big or overwhelming.
    In fact the screen now looks small with that large of a dash. nice work.
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    CoachPC

    I've actually done this in my RV. I think I first installed it in 2001 when we got the RV, now I'm on revision two of the hardware (CPU and case) and revision 3 of the screen installation. I'll post some pictures of the current installation.

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    OKAY-

    ive had a few replies but nothing like i thought, this is like a revolution of the new offices for the future. basically a cabin on wheels that can travel any where, with always on internet thanks to GPRS. check your email and instant message your *****es; ON THE ROAD while traveling the planet. thats the best-

    not to mention all the other bells and whistles- ANY THING YOU WANT.

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    What state do you live in? It would be tight if you opened up a buisiness building carputers for people.

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