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Dnx 8120 nav

I want to take the cup/cubby area out and put the nav there ....it measures 8" 1/4 or 8" do you have specs to verify the attemp...I know it's deep enough, the car is 1995 toyoyta corolla

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You should be able to by a new facia plate either from toyota or from someone like Autoleads

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