New Pictures When I put 17"s on the ride, the gold stripe wasn't working so I painted the calipers and added the blue stripe. Decided to go with th... Show moree Black and Blue scheme. My two favorite colors.Above are shots before I dropped the ride. Only dropped it 1.5" I was in dire need of new struts, so I got what I could. Below is a shot of the strut being put in and ride height after. Here is the ride now I will take some shot of the audio equipment when I pretty it up, right now its just in there! VOILA! For all of you who hate the stock headlamps. Here are some lenses I found that are made for the 97 Camry Check them out at Andy's (the link is on the first page on the left)THE END HAS COME!All good things must come to an end but this was flat out ridiculous.My car fell victim to a Hungry DURANGO!The fall out was a total loss of my Camry......but that wasn't all bad..I got this new bad boy. Still TOYOTA check it out for updates under the Lexus section of cardomain.Peace Show Less
About A year into this project. Hear are some updates; clear cornering lights, white guages, and a cold air intake. A Aiwa deck and JBL amp and Bass tube th... Show moreat I am going to turn into a box are the audio components inside. 17" TSW wheels and tires, H&R Lowering Springs, KYB Struts. I got some seat covers, and bug shields and little stuff that you shouldn't get too excited over. However, I am either looking to get some new rear lights or I am going to make them?
Here is what I started with. A Stock Camry LE, 4 banger, with the Gold Package.
Early in 2004 I started upgrading. I put 17" Wheels and tires on, added a gold stripe, and Clear corner lights, and a short air ram.
I moved to the inside and ripped off the wood grain interior and started to color it up. I also installed white guages.
Below is the EVO IV body kit that I covet. And a shot at the bolt on supercharger that I desperately need!
I recently cut out the stock grill . And painted the calipers and drums Show Less