I know it sounds foolhardy, but I would like to transport an early-90's Williams pin in a gen' 2 Prius.
I would expect to first remove the car's passenger seat before heading out.
I would also expect to separate the backbox from the cabinet, placing it in the space left by the removed seat.
Then the lone cabinet would go in the main cargo space.
On paper there is enough room to do this, as I have measured the car and measured similar Williams pins.
Still, I'm asking you all here, in case I'm missing something critical.
Is the separation of the backbox a bad idea? Pin techs on YouTube say it's not hard; you just have to take pictures and label your connectors, etc. The game is question is T2, so it has a DMD, but it may also have more modern connectors, like those of automobile wiring harnesses.
Thanks reading my post!
Jason in Minneapolis