Did you make that screen area yourself? Looks very nice.
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very beautiful install
Car : 00' Chrysler 300M
Speakers : Rainbow Audio SLC 265 | Subs : Diamond Audio D6 12" Subs X2
Amp's : Hifonics ZXi 6006 AB | Hifonics BXi 1606 D
CarPC: HP Laptop AMD Sempron 3000+ | 1.5GB RAM | DVD+RW | 80GB 5400RPM HD | ATI R200 Video
I should stop looking at this thread, every time i do i get jelous and start working on my setup some more...
That install shows great attention to detail and design. I love the way everything flows and looks like it was ergonomically designed, not just a bolt-on. Great job!
Hi, i'm new to all of this mobile computers, but i think your install is one of the cleanest i've seen. i had a question about your frontend like if you've had problems using the RR have you had problems with linking like gps or anything up to it?
i'd like to install a setup just like yours, i also was curious about your mount for your screen i have a 2005 Solara and the bracket for stereo is hard to refabricate in fiberglass so i thought maybe you could point me in a direction on how you did yours
Mate cars that look like that make me want to move countries.... or at least import and then convert to RHD
looks good man.... love the headlights!
i didnt take any pics of the laptop (kinda hard to get pics cause its tight + dark)
it;s not under the seat on the floor tho (wouldnt fit). i took the seat out and mounted it to the bottom of it. there are two metal bars under the seat. the laptop slides perfectly into the middle one. i have the cd drive + pcmcia port facing the front of the seat, so i can reach down and swap cd's etc