got some pics of my set up with the audiobahn immortal quad coil 12 but not with the lanzar 12s still have a phoenix gold bass cube and batcap battery to hook up and volt guage and pod to install as well as fix the factory trunk carpet my buddy tore by accident
I took the voltage gauge off the top of my cap, stuck it in a small, half-din size tackle box with a relay and push button switch. I shoved it in the slot under my h/u and slapped a piece of lexan across the front with 4 screws.
Don't have any pics of my system yet, truck is getting some major body work done and paint. Tell me what you think about this, can get the car for $4500, totally unscratched, no dents, runs great, interior has been redone.
Picture is crappy cause I had to compress it for the site to allow it. Of course I would do some work on it. Something like midnight blue or black, shave the door handles, drip rails, put a R model apron and get rid of the emblems and chrome. Basically smooth the lines of the car, plus beef up the engine and, of course, audio system. All suspension, undercarriage, motor, tranny, etc has been rebuilt.
alpine 9805 cd player mb quartz 5.25's in the factory door locations mb quartz 6x9's in the factory back deck subwoofer lanzar dc 12's in a sealed / ported swappable port subwoofer box amps mtx 275x on the front speakers 2150x on the back speakers 81000d on the subwoofers all amps placed on part plexi amp rack with two 10 inch neon tubes underneath and all amps and neons set up on toggle switches placed on a brushed aluminum plate inside center console and labeled batcap to go on far side of trunk and phoenix gold bass cube to go on far side wall with distribution block less it causes interference then will place it elsewhere
The only thing I'm really debating is whether I should jump on it or not. Probably not, I'm really itching on getting another 67 Fastback, just like the car a lot better than the 65s. The 67 fastbacks actually make excellent SQ cars if you know what you're doing. Smaller dash (don't interfere w/ resonant surfaces) large kick panels (could actually fit a 3 way component set in the kicks if you wanted to) and the fastback shape is excellent for transfer. In the end, I'll probably just be patient and get the 67. I'm thinking either Dynaudio System 240 Esotars in the kick panels, then either two ID Maxes or Eclipse Titaniums mounted between the trunk and cabin in AP configuration.
First thing I'm doing is cutting those cowl vents out and welding straight metal in it's place Owning a 67 I'm sure you have experienced or heard of that problem (vents leak water due to rust in the cowl area). You'll end up with a good little puddle on the floor every time it rains if you don't do something. 65 Fastbacks are nice, I was considering those as well, I just like the 67s a little better. I plan on totally removing the rear seat, adding a minor rollcage that integrates into the interior, and use the space where the seats where to flush mount amps, processors, etc, in the floor and make it look nice, maybe w/ some plexiglass covers and lights behind the amps (nothing tacky, though). Then the subs mounted AP.