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Old June 1st, 2010, 02:51 PM
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Beautiful 1994 D90 - Stereo Install Ideas!

For those who are looking for stereo ideas!!! This D90 was incredibly restored. Word is that it was well over $100,000 total.

I tried to take as many pictures as possible...enjoy!
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Old June 1st, 2010, 02:53 PM
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The sub box was a great idea...it was the rear seat base and still moved up and forward with the seat...
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Old June 1st, 2010, 02:56 PM
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great details Tim, very nice job on there part..
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Old June 1st, 2010, 07:05 PM
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great details Tim, very nice job on there part..
Yeah, my favourite part is the door panels. Oh yeah and the amps; they way they are mounted on the inner tub.

Very nice!
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Old June 1st, 2010, 07:25 PM
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Nice ideas but if true about 100k resto, why are the rear bench seat brackets rusty. Also wouldn't you hide/concele the heated seat wiring better? Details are everything when you are talking that kind of $$$ for a restoration. I do like the side door speaker setup.
If the truck had ac where did they relocate the controls when they put in that dash unit? (94s had ac controls behind that area)

just observations
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Old June 1st, 2010, 07:41 PM
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Nice ideas but if true about 100k resto,
I don't think 100k Canadian is much up here...considering a 500 s.f. apartment is an average $350k.
I guess its all relative...but yeah the rear seat mounts are in need of a touch up.

not sure of the rest...
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Why is it numberless on the rear plate?
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Nice ideas but if true about 100k resto, why are the rear bench seat brackets rusty. Also wouldn't you hide/concele the heated seat wiring better? Details are everything when you are talking that kind of $$$ for a restoration. I do like the side door speaker setup.
If the truck had ac where did they relocate the controls when they put in that dash unit? (94s had ac controls behind that area)

just observations
Truck doesn't have AC ... it's very nice but not $100k nice. For that amount you'd be driving off with 110 from Copley with Mike at ECR's personal cell and home phone number!

Whoever did this made a great job, didn't go over the top and didn't mess it up like the red abomination in the other thread ...
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Old June 1st, 2010, 08:11 PM
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Why is it numberless on the rear plate?
I photo-shopped it out...just in-case the owner wanted to fuss about it.
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zip tied wires to the cage.
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Doors are slightly off color as well ....
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Old June 1st, 2010, 10:16 PM
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Did you ask who did the custom front and rear panelling? That stuff looks great and very clean. The lockbox with the switches is a very nice setup. Also the front dash trim and custom video panel are great. Looks like someone did some custom molds for them.
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Truck doesn't have AC ... it's very nice but not $100k nice. For that amount you'd be driving off with 110 from Copley with Mike at ECR's personal cell and home phone number!

Whoever did this made a great job, didn't go over the top and didn't mess it up like the red abomination in the other thread ...
Someone doesnt realize what an ECR 110 costs. I think a 100k only gets you half

------ Follow up post added June 1st, 2010 07:33 PM ------

I like the weeve on the dash finisher. I also like the mini screen set up. It isn't bad looking. For a 100k you would think the belt rail would be painted.
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Old June 1st, 2010, 11:29 PM
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Surprised nobody mentioned the rhino-lining...From what i know about this D90 it was put together about 4 years ago. It does show some wear.

Also, the owner didn't drive it to the show the mechanic did. I dont think the owner turns a wrench...maybe that explains the 100k.

Besides all the negatives that have been mentioned, i still think overall it is a very nice ride and would only take a bit to make it D-90 worthy.

AmityD90 - good point i will look into it...
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Truck doesn't have AC ... it's very nice but not $100k nice. For that amount you'd be driving off with 110 from Copley with Mike at ECR's personal cell and home phone number!

Whoever did this made a great job, didn't go over the top and didn't mess it up like the red abomination in the other thread ...
I like this ride better as well. Although, I still kinda dig the red abomination
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