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    The molding comes out eaisily. You should remove the aft most panel in the trunk that goes around the latch. There is 2 bolts that stick out from the roof of the trunk, that the side panel rests in. You just have to bend it a little and the panel comes out. I will take pics and point them out in a day or 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cherub211
    Looks like you've put some good thought into this project. I just don't see a picture of the "stealth" part. How about posting a picture of it when it's all put away, said, and done.
    I know what you are talking about. The picture that I show installed doesnt have the aft trunk mold installed. I will update it later, the side mold was the issue of concealment. But trust me, you cant tell a computer is there once everything is back together. Give me a day or 2 to post new pics.

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    Its a great place if you want a stealth install, I on the other hand wish to display mine more prominantly - car shows etc. And like you said, why live in fear? I'll call someone if I have a flat

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    Update

    Here is some images on the install and setup. These are 256k+ images. Includes pics of the VGA Touchscreen and side view camera. I will update later with pics of system in operaiton. It does work, I'm just too lazy to turn it on to take pics

    http://homepage.ntlworld.com/chrisntara/images/

    The car is a little dirty sorry

    Some of these pics are the same as the previous ones in the first post, just larger images.

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    How do you ahve that camera in you mirror hooked up? Any pics of that install?
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    I'll take more pics of it for you, the camera was connected to the video in of my 7500 AIW for recording, but now it is just connected to the composite imput for the screen. I plan on getting a TV IN card and putting it up for recording again. I mainly use it for checking traffic before passing on these crappy UK roads.

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    almost in a stang

    Quote Originally Posted by squigglyrulez
    I did not put it on the other side because I already had the wires ran there eairlier for my previous carputer box. Also because I didnt want to put the computer close to my car battery when I did the battery relocation kit on the right rear location in the trunk.

    I'm not sure what screen yet that I'm going to use. Possibly the one from DSCustoms. Any suggestions would be nice! I would like to just have the 7in to control the comp with no head unit, powered by an amp. Also looking into USB GPS reciever. I would change my input program to either media car or myhtpc for something more touchscreen friendly. I'm going to keep the ATI Remote for backup purposes and mouse usage.

    I will definately post pics when I get it all together.

    I have read on here about other peoples computers getting stolen out of their cars as well as lcd's. But building the lcd conformed to the dash is more difficult to remove and probably wont be stolen. If it is something mounted on the dash by a bracket, it is asking to be taken. Me putting the computer in the trunk qp will assure its security.

    BTW My first carputer was a 166p1 with 64megs ram and an 8 gig hd, TNT2 16 meg TVout. So this was a slight upgrade for me since my first one I built in Jan 03

    almost... i had planned to follow your idea with mounting the MB on the side panel ..... but ... i have the antitheft option in my 96 cobra ...the module is mounted where you mounted your pc .... and the other side has the gas filler tube ..... anyway.. back to the drawing board.... maybe remove the spare tire dunno just yet...
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