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BEFORE! FIRST CUSTOM DONE - DASH MOLD





AFTER! GOT RID OF THE MOLD PROJECT AND KEEPING THE CLEAN LOOK OF A CHANGE :)






NEXT TO DO - TRYING TO FIND A GOOD SPOT FOR THE GAMECUBE :2:
 

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Much Improved!

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Looks much much better this way.

I like the fact that it appears your dash did not suffer any damage from the previous install....:)
 

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That is some very beautiful work!! I give you quite a bit of credit for your craftsmanship, creativity, and guts!!

Great job!!

-njjoe
 

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were did you relocate your mirror adjustments and seat heaters(if any)
 

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I just made some new custom brackets for the car receiver and console to be kept good when lowered. That way I don't have to damage any of the stock interior parts beside cutting a hole for the receiver to fit. Actually, I got the idea off another member on this forum but not sure how he done it. Though my deck is nicer than his :D Underneath the console is a cable for the audio and video jacks. This way I can hook up anything like gamecube, digital camera etc.. to be seen or played, and of course I get power output same as house voltage by using a inverter.
 

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There is a small gap enough for me to put my hand underneath the console so no relocation needed. This way I can still switch on the heated heats and AWD lock. Though for mirror adjustment is rarely to be used so I set the position they're suppose to be, and leave it as is. This project taken two days to do, and is great for anyone who wants to put a aftermarket receiver, which connects to subwoofer or basically enhancing your audio entertainment.



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were did you relocate your mirror adjustments and seat heaters(if any)
 

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ahh i see now i mean i really see :4: from the other pictures it looked like the consol was sitting right on top of the switches. cool. the other installation of this type on this forum was also on a charcol interior.
 

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Ya, when you lower just make sure you have enough space between the monitor and console for the car deck trim.
 
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