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Thread: 1992 Volvo 460 GLE : Project N0M4D : Finished ^_^

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    Smile 1992 Volvo 460 GLE : Project N0M4D : Finished ^_^

    'lo everyone,

    for my first post I'd like to show you my installation for my lill' Volvo ^_^
    The devices used are: VIA Epia M10000 with a M1-ATX power supply, 30Go, 256Mo DDR, MM400 7" TouchScreen, GPS Haicom 202E USB... Here under are some pics ^_^







    So, this is also my first installation...

    I wrote a little review on my website: www.CeresWorld.NET -> section: eDOCS (in french only, but there's more pictures ^^)

    Thnx to this forum from which I learned a lot!

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    nice install!

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    Your headunit worries me a bit, but all in all it looks good. How's your HU attached? looks like yellow tape...
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    nice install man. i like the green neons doesnt the headunit block you from the shifter, also from the controlls you custom made under there?


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    Tidder: Actually the headunit is in a sort of "case" of resine, screwed just under; but I agree, from front view it looks not so good -_- I've painted it also in black-matt for having a *better* integration. Because a lack of place, it was not so easy for me to put it somewhere near the screen -_- Above? I had to cut a big hole in the dash... Anyway, I think I'll see later for remoddeling it ^_^
    btw, nice integration for your car

    BoyNextDoor: Got place enough It still not so much place between the HU and the shifter (about 3 cm) but it's ok ^^

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    Thanks man, hours and hours went into my install, and it still looks a little uhh... ****ty. But eh, we all have to start somewhere. I'm impressed still, cause you did it all yourself. A lot of these guys just stick the damn thing to the dash with double sided tape and say, "Look at me, I've installed an LCD on my dash, I'm a master fabricator!"

    Nice PC box by the way, good idea for your CD-Rom, wish mine would fit there...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyNextDoor
    nice install man. i like the green neons doesnt the headunit block you from the shifter, also from the controlls you custom made under there?

    Also, notice that it's an Automatic, so it doesn't have to move all that often.

    Peace,

    Rafster

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    uhhhh.......thats "finished"

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