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memphis9 
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These are the pictures of my finished dash in my Mustang.

This is what the dash use to look like

Finish dash pictures -- posted image.

Finish dash pictures -- posted image.

Here it is finished

G-Boys Customz
Northville, MI
lowriden_acura 
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NIce work, looks good!
Melted Fabric 
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Nice.  Have any of the project shots?

What size LCD screen is that in the final shot?

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blufab 
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great job!
killer sonata 
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you did a good job on the paint. Personally I like the black better but if YOU are happy then thats what really matters.
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captainzab 
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killer sonata wrote:
you did a good job on the paint. Personally I like the black better but if YOU are happy then thats what really matters.
nah, the red looks cool because his exterior is red too
nice fg job, did u have to relocate anything for the new screen? like a/c knob
memphis9 
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I had to relocate the AC controls to the glove box. It was not that hard to do.

Finish dash pictures -- posted image.

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Northville, MI
captainzab 
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To relocate the AC controls, all u had to do was extend the wires and thats it?
Do you also go pic of the build?
Melted Fabric 
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I know it looks simple and maybe was easy to do, but I love it when someone relocates controls like that.

Nice work

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ridin4jesus 
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Very Nice. Im with captainzab, do you have pics. I want to do that to my civic and put the pioneer widescreen in there

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