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Old 12-01-2012, 11:10 PM   #1
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installing a ps2

Anyone have a ps2 in there mustang.when I was at a car show years ago I saw one in a mustang I wanna install one what do I need
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Old 12-02-2012, 12:00 AM   #2
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Anyone have a ps2 in there mustang.when I was at a car show years ago I saw one in a mustang I wanna install one what do I need
A ps2? I would go all out and install a ps3 instead. I think you'd need a tv and an adapter for the electricity and somewhere to mount everything I guess. Easy. And if you want to play online, get a wireless hotspot, or park in front of McDonald's.
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Some aftermarket radios (with screens obv.) allow for easy hook up of gaming systems.
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You can get a ps3 fairly priced used. What about a wii? Can't you imagine bowling in your mustang! Lol!
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Ps3 have built in wifi?
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Ps3 have built in wifi?
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Old 12-31-2012, 12:47 AM   #7
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Old 12-31-2012, 12:53 AM   #8
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A power inverter and a screen with the proper inputs and youd be set
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My Cavalier had a GameCube. Lol, we would play NFS Underground while parked at Sonic.
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Lol in my f150 i went old school with an nes and a flip up monitor...those monitors are cheap.nowadays
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Come to think of it. I still have a Mini PS2 with a flip up screen. Somewhere, lol.
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Yea I'd go ps3. But if you do that make sure it's a slim because the FAT one sucks like two or three times the amount of juice.
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Go retro man. Install yourself an N64 and play some Mario Kart.

(I know it might not be retro to some of you guys but in only 19 )
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Go retro man. Install yourself an N64 and play some Mario Kart.
Shooo SNES and a Betamax. Make sure you give the cartridges a good blow though first lol.
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