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Build Your Own Car PC

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Everything you need to expertly install car PCs This is a heavily-illustrated, step-by-step guide to installing and controlling a car PC -- using commonly-available, off-the-shelf components. Numerous how-to photos and product shots allow you to easily navigate each step even if you have little "do it yourself" experience.

Includes parts and required tool lists, troublesh
Paperback, 211 pages
Published March 1st 2006 by McGraw-Hill Education Tab
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Gavin D. J. Harper is author of '50 Awesome Auto Proejcts for the Evil Genius, Build Your Own Car PC, 50 Model Rocket Projects for the Evil Genius, Solar Energy Projects for the Evil Genius and Fuel Cell Projects for the Evil Genius.

Gavin Harper holds a Diploma in Design & Innovation and a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in Technology from the Open University. He went on to study towards