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    Holden VS Commodore

    Here is some pic's of my finished project. The Car is a 96' VS Commodore 3.8L V6. Unfortuatly someone stole my camera during the planning and production so only finished photos.
    hardware:
    - Via Epia m10000
    - M1-atx
    - 60 gb harddrive
    - Geforce 4 g/card
    - DWW 7" touchscreen
    - External usb2.0 CDRW/DVD combo drive
    - Rockford Fosgate 4004 amp
    - Rockford Fosgate Fast & furious edition speakers all round
    - Kicker 12" Sub

    Software:
    - Windows XP pro
    - Mediacar
    - PowerDVD
    - Map Monkey
    - +games
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    more pics

    some more pic with media car
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    Looks good. I've always been a fan of the pop-out screen rather than just mounting it on an arm (nothing beats fabricating it into your dash though).

    PS. Your steering wheel is on the wrong side.
    -Brad
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    i wanted the in dash screen so i can rotated not only from side to side but also up and down so you can adjust for sun glare. You cant do that with a fabricated one! Also it make it look not as obvious for theives when tucked away.

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    hmm, i like how you mounted your puter - 6cds for drivers?!!!?! - oh and what is the power spitter thing with the lcd number readout?
    CarPC Status:

    Hardware: 100%
    Software: 100%
    Case Install: 100%
    Dash Install: 100%
    Car Install: 100%

    crap factor: 100%

    new carpc finished, thinking of way to mount HDD
    and not installed yet.

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    hmm...I'm actualy not a fan of the pop outs but I guess its good for security...

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    and shouldnt your name be goatse??? hahha
    CarPC Status:

    Hardware: 100%
    Software: 100%
    Case Install: 100%
    Dash Install: 100%
    Car Install: 100%

    crap factor: 100%

    new carpc finished, thinking of way to mount HDD
    and not installed yet.

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    Nice screen. How much did it cost and where did you get it?

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    its a power slpitter/fuse box with a volt meter on it. its not hooked up since the power comes directly from the battery.

    And Poiter the screen is from Digital World Wide www.digitalww.com

    It cost $450US. there are many other screens available.

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    hay look good but i was going to cut both dins out and put a 7" touch screen in and the pc in the glove box with the radio and i am going to split the face of it and put it in the sun visor. i got a 96 vs as well. and im just woundering if anyone knows how to or where to get the radio rewired so its split its a kenwood kdc7529

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