He created a crappy fake car stereo to save his good one

He created a crappy fake car stereo to save his good oneA truck owner wanted to prevent thieves from ripping off his new stereo.

 So he made a decoy:

"… it gave me the idea to make a fake faceplate for my truck’s new stereo. This faceplate is made using the original Delco radio/cassette tape player that came with the truck, some Velcro, and a lot of epoxy glue. I left half of a cassette sticking out of the tape player for added effect."

He created a crappy fake car stereo to save his good one The stereo’s false front before installation of the fake cassette. (He used "Christmas with the Brady Bunch.")

He created a crappy fake car stereo to save his good oneNo thief wants to steal an old stereo with a cassette player.
Unfortunately, scottredd,the creator of this deceptive hack, had a problem:

"…I haven’t been using my fake faceplate. I went to my truck yesterday only to find the side vent window smashed and a gaping hole in the dash. So for maybe $5 worth of meth for some toothless junkie, I get a $500 bill to replace the window…"

What he needed was a fake radio faceplate that automatically covered the expensive system.

Go here to find out how he did it: Car stereo stock radio fake-out, Instructables>>

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