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Hi All,

Just got done insalling my wood dash kit purchased on ebay from http://www.alkaplus.com . I did a straight buy instead of bidding and paid $141.00 + $9.00 shipping and handling for a grand total of $150.00. If you buy it from the alkaplus web site the posted price is: $162.00. Either way, not a bad price.

Over all I'm happy with the kit. The quality of the finish is very good. It interior feels more dressed up lacking that mono color feel from before.

The install took about two hours and I only covered the areas you see in the photos. I left out the other parts because I felt they looked to pasted on. It installs well as long as you follow the directions and use a blow dryer. Remember once it goes on it should not be lifted as the glue on the part will lose its strenght.

You are not going to fool anyone who knows about cars with this kit. Especially since some of the pieces don't cover the area its on as well as they could. The pieces need to go more edge to edge to give it a better look. Even with that, I like the interior better with the kit in place. Everyone who has seen the installed kit thinks the car looks better with it than without.



More Photos: http://www.computertimeco.com/altima

Hope this Helps, :)
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Hi,

That device is a PDA-Pocket PC, with compact flash GPS receiver. The receiver works well but the software has issues. The original software I used was Teletype but I since switched to PortibleInternet.

I'm holding it up with http://www.arkon.com pda mount. Mine uses a mount the I hooked up to the bolt on the front seat. It was'nt online when I bought it I had to call them to order it.

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ComputerTime said:
Hi,

That device is a PDA-Pocket PC, with compact flash GPS receiver. The receiver works well but the software has issues. The original software I used was Teletype but I since switched to PortibleInternet.

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Oh, I know that it's a PocketPC, I have an Audiovox Maestro just like yours and prior to that I had an Ipaq 3630, a Handspring Visor Edge, a Diamond Mako, a Palm VIIx, a Compaq Aero 1550, a Compaq Aero 2130, and a Phillips Nino 510. :D

But what is the device you are using to keep the PDA propped up like it is?
 

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looks great!!!!!!!

what color choice is that ?? and does the pictures show
true to color?
 
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