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Thought I might drop a link to my latest Debian PC I am building. It is a mini ATX style system built into a VW 1600c aluminum Vanagon motor block. The older VW engine blocks just seem to make sense for this type of project as the block is in two pieces like a snap together model engine.
FAR OUT! Now THAT's a great way to waste time! I love it - motorheads and Linux, what a combination. I know its aluminum, but how much do you think your computer weighs? Think you could make one out of a GSXR engine block?
ok, I have to post a reply on this one. H2O-linux, that is freakin' AWESOME. Using a motor block as a computer case???? I would have never thought of that!! PLEASE PLEASE post links to pictures of the final product, I have to see this...