Alot of people think that we are crazy but the way we look at it being sane is boring. We wanted to build a demo vehicle that was really cool yet not out of the reach of the average consumer.��� This is our project vehicle. A little different from what everyone else is doing. To start with we needed to plan our system and we decided to go with 64 Sony XS-L1030 10 inch subs. This is what they looked like when they showed up. We built 8 individual enclosures to hold all of the subs. This is the two largest ones and they each hold 16 subs. The start of mounting subs. And the fun continues. This is one of the end enclosures that each holds 8. One of the larger boxes completed and wired. All of he boxes where wired with barrier strips to ease the confusion. Three boxes placed together. All of the front sub and subboxes placed together. This is just the coolest picture ever! Kind of freaky looking! Boxing in the enclosures to seal the front from the back. The roof was lowered 3 inches and built out of 1 1/4 inch MDF. This is what we had to work with on the front. Keep in mind that this van is 35 years old. At this point we removed the windshield and side windows to install bulletproof lexan. These are the last pieces behind the front doors.This is where we really get crazy! We decided to build the dash out of concrete.This is the start of our mold. Foot wells were built to access the pedals and allow for a passenger.Still more molding. Since I'm the crazy one of the bunch, here I am pouring concrete into our dash. Full dash and only added about 1500 pounds to the front end. Close up 1. Close up 2. These are the bad boys that power the whole system and the last of the subs. Each amp is making 1600 watts per channel at a 1 ohm stereo load. That's 6.4 Kilo watts in total power. Just a close up. Each amp weighs about 75 pounds each.March 1/01 - We are still working on this and are shooting 161.1 db right now and will keep all of you informed.