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This is just a taste of what has been done to our MDX More photos soon.

Other stuff in the vehicle:

Headrest Monitors
13.5" Drop down monitor (Third row of seats)
2000 Watts of amplifier power
12" kicker L7 square subwoofer in custom fiberglass box
custom fiberglass amplifier housing
Alpine in dash DVD
DVD based navigation (Alpine)
F#1 Status 7990 headunit
F#1 Status processor (Dobly pro-logic, 5.1, HDCD, M-peg decoder. x-over, equalizer)
Back up Camera
and much much more>>>>>>>>>

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I am sorry but at this point I really don't have any more good pictures yet. We just finished the project and I wanted to at least let you all get a sneak peak at it. It is not even on our Website yet. The system is very extensive but could easily be scaled way back to meet anybodies criteria. The dash work you see in the photos is all custom and at this point is the only one like it. I have had some interest in replication of the dash but have not actually done it a 2nd time. The reason we went with painted body color is #1 because we hate wood grain (if you notice we changed everything that was wood to body color) #2 it is very durable #3 to replicate the fake wood was cost prohibitive. There is a way but your talking lot's of dough~!~

The screen in the dash is a Kenwood LZ-800W wide touch screen. We currently have the Alpine Navigation plumbed into it but the screen pictured is set up to accept the new Kenwood DVD navigation system. This system utilizes the touch screen to control all of the functions. very very cool.

more to follow.......
 

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Jay

Feel free to post the other pictures. I am not thrilled with the quality of the photography though. We have a Professional shoot coming up and the shots will be awesome.

Brian
 
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