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Whoa! I bet you didn't see that one coming. As you can see, the dash has been completely removed in place of a custom dash and center console that flows right under the back seat.
The stock cluster was moved to the middle to make way for a Morel Elate three-way component system in the dash. The screen under the cluster is a touch screen that is connected to a Mac Mini. Check out that custom steering wheel too.
A heads on view of the way the console is moulded into the console. That fiberglass work is some of the best I have ever seen. All of the speaker grills are custom made too.
Some more airbrushing by Skinny on the dash.
Another touch screen hooked up to the Mac Mini for the rear passengers.
The mac mini that runs the two touchscreens and an iPod video. Is that pro tools on the screen? Why would an in-car computer be running ProTools? We'll get into that a little later...
The Digidesign Mbox 2 that runs the ProTools software, located in the rear-center armrest.
A shot with the door closed to show how well the dash matches up with the door.
A little back seat entertainment goes a long way on an extended journey.
Take a look at the flake stand out. Pretty crazy. The baby phat panels in the door light up at night.
Same layout on the rear door, only smaller. Enough of the interior, lets take a look at the rear display now...
Wow! Every seen anything like that before? Me Neither! The monitors on the side are on actuators, and run off of the two Xbox 360's that are networked together.
Every square inch of space has been used strategically, in order to maximize the entertainment factor in the rear display. Check out the fiberglass work back here too. Again, flawless.
These have to be the first baby phat speaker grilles ever made. Just below are the chromed-out Xbox 360's, and the vehicle's second Mac Mini.
The two Stanton turntables are hooked up to the Mac Mini through their Final Scratch 2 system, which allows you to use time coded vinyl to scratch, cue, and mix MP3s! This ultimately goes through the Stanton mixer, and up to the Alpine head unit.
Remember the ProTools setup in the back seat? This is what it is for. A DJ lays down a session, and it feeds into the front Mac Mini in order to record it. It can also record vocals, drum machines, samplers, etc.
PAGE 1: EXTERIOR
PAGE 2:INTERIOR (you are here)
PAGE 3: THE OWNER
PAGE 4: NIGHT SHOTS
PAGE 5: CONSTRUCTION
PAGE 6: THE OLD BUILD
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