The console is the main part currently built (minus a few finishing touches).
Some of the early chaos
The console skeleton.
A front hinged compartment holds a mini keyboard, touch mouse and control panel (early pic).
Mostly done - the console is completely new front to back.
The startup screen. Also the 3 gauges are scratchbuilt - the movements are the Princess Auto ones (with water temp recalibrated to the OEM sensor) with needles from a late 80s Firebird cluster. It actually looks better than in the pic - the glare was bad on these pics.
The front end I wrote playing music.
This is the heater control page. The Indy originally came with air so the controls were all electric other than temperature control so it was all doable.
Still some labelling to do here but the left bank of knobs is audio control (Epicenter, ESP2 and canter/sub control). The right bank is a PPI preamp. Switches are windows, headlights, rad fan, defrost, etc (this is where the microcontrollers will be doing their work). That isn't all completed yet. The labelling will be done with "Decal Pro fx" - it is tedious to use but the results can be remarkable.