thats a smooth install... real clean expect the IR sensor but everything else looks close to stock nice job
Ok im finally done!
took me about 2 weeks to install everything.
1.2 GHZ IBM thinkpad laptop with thinkpad dock.
350 watt inverter.
Stock head unit.
7" touchscreen monitor.
Basically i have the dock mounted in the trunk and i just dock the laptop whenever i go cruising. the laptop is powered of DC-DC adaptor and the inverter is for the PS2.
painted the bondo black, this pic was taken before it was painted.
pic of the back of the lcd.
here is the redone console.
middle of painting, putting on two more coats after this pic.
here is the final results
sorry for the crappy pics i took them with my sony clie,
head unit relocated. i didnt mold it all the way to the black part cuz im planning to get an aftermarket later on.
that black thing on the bottom is the IR sensor for the remote. i still havent found a place for it yet so i just stuff it in the little compartment under the head unit.
funny story, when i was reconnecting the HU back in the time was exactly 1:00 so the clock is matched up to the real time.
BTW my cup holders are useless!!!
i think once i get a smaller HU i will be able to fit cups in there again.
nice fabrication skills, will be much ebtter when you get a nice head unit
92 Taurus SHO - Daily driver - Epia M10000 80GB 512mb 7" touchscreen, Opus PSU etc
93 Black SHO - 30mpg cruiser
90 Silver SHO - 419whp fun/project car, CarPC to come (for tuning)
would you post a pic of the power and laptop install?
nice install on the screen. but what is sticking out your radio?
Nice, Ill pretty much be installing mine the same way in my 99 Civic Sedan. cept ill have the pc behind the screen inside all that empty space :P
Bootiful job on that screen! Detatch that ir sensor and relocate it to the air vent.
Status: [|||||||||-] 90% finished
My 2000 Chevy Monte Carlo SS Install
i actually got the idea from somone who did this in a 99 civic. the dash is very similar.