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    Damn, and I thought mine was turning out kinda nice.
    Pioneer DEH7600MP, Autotek MX-800.4, JL Audio XR650-CSi, Adire Audio Shiva

    Done with CarPCs, using a iPaq 3765 PDA w/ Holux GM210 and TomTom

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    pray tell, if why go with the lilliput in a lamborghini? I'd drop the few bucks into a xenarc.
    car computer rev 5: 8" lilliput and usual suspects

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    W T F !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



    If i had a Lambo i don't think i'd have the guts to take apart the dash and start messing around with it.

    NO MATTER HOW EXPERINCED I AM OR HOW CONFIDENT I AM!!!!!!



    Nice though!

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    ever thought about selling the car, i could paypal you a couple hundred buck, if you would ship it to 63552.

    just playing, damn that is nice, but why a lilliput and not a xenarc, and why the computer in the front why not mold a nice slim slot dvd drive, i know money is not an objective cause if it was you wouldn't have a lamborghini

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    I have Xenarc 2 But, I like Lilliput more then Xenarc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vision
    I have Xenarc 2 But, I like Lilliput more then Xenarc.
    why's that? I'm in the market.
    car computer rev 5: 8" lilliput and usual suspects

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    same question about the liliput shell, was that yellow spraypainted or pigmented some other way? I want to have mine black, so thinking about plastic paints or maybe even a dye.
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    that looks sweet
    good work

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    should have left the shifter alone, that yellow momo knob looks like it should be on a honda civic not a lambo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Superduck
    Your first pic proved my point. I can't always tell from the exterior shots, but open either the door or either hood, and I can always tell. I know a few guys that make kits and I've seen pics of almost every Fiero-based kit cars.
    I have to admit, I've never owned a Diablo, but I've seen enough of the Fiero interior to know the difference. There are certain Fiero design characterists that are very hard to bypass.

    Also, regarding 6.0 or not, the VT 6.0's have flushmounted headlights, whereas the others have pop-ups.

    Cheers,

    Kris
    Actually thats a dead ringer for a diablo SV.. the dash, and all interior is near perfect minus the seats.

    Here is a real Diablo SV http://www.lambocars.com/highres/svint2.jpg
    and here is the false one : http://65.108.64.218/PhotosFNFAB/Shifter.JPG

    The false one is also not based on the fiero model.

    It was built using a full sized Chevy truck front cross member, front frame, front suspension, and front brakes added to a revolutionary yet simple custom 'center chassis'. There is a 425 cubic inch (7 liter) Cadillac V8 engine and transaxle in the rear along with the frame, suspension, and brakes from a full sized Cadillac Eldorado (the front components of the Cadillac are used in the rear of this car). The suspension is complemented with adjustable dual coil over shocks with remote reservoirs in the rear and Firestone Air Lift air bags all around. The car features heavy duty Saginaw hydraulic power steering and 'oversized' four wheel power disc brakes. No Fiero parts here. Only heavy duty "full size" GM car and truck parts.
    So I guess you proved my point, some replicas can be quite hard to put a finger on

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