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Photo of a 1984 Pontiac Trans Am (Trans-formed: Part 1)

Trans-formed: Part 1

1984 Pontiac Trans Am

 
 

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Description: This album shows how I installed LCD monitors at each end of my dash.
By: battmann
Filed under: 1984 Pontiac Trans Am (Trans-formed: Part 1)
Number of photos: 16
Updated: Mon Mar 12, 2007 6:04 pm
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Here is an old picture of my stock 1984 Trans Am dash. My car came...
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I decided to start this project because the passenger side panel...
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Here's a picture of the driver side A/C vent delete panel.
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This is the back of the vent delete panel. Be careful when you...
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This picture shows the driver side dash taken apart.
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Here are the monitors that I chose. They are 5" Pyle PLVSMN5...
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Here you can see how much of the mounting bracket had to be trimmed...
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These are various templates I made to help me design the new trim...
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Here is the monitor installed. Notice I layered 2 pieces of 1/16"...
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With all the accessories that have been added to this car I figured...
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I also figured I should add an accessory fuse block. This will be...
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Here is the fuse block in the driver side kick panel hood release...
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Back view of the fuse block in the kick panel.
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Here's the driver side. You can see some of the fuse block in the...
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Here's a picture of the passenger side. The side monitors turned...
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Optima battery with new Tsunami top post terminals.
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