This is my driver, a 99 Dodge Neon. It is the Sport version with the 150hp DOHC 2.0 liter and a 5 speed so it is a fun car to drive. Right now I have Kenwo... Show moreod Stereo and Amp, and a JL Audio 10" sub in the back. I have two flash drives that I plug into my usb port and they have most of my music on them. All in all it makes for nice sound, especially since with the sub I can turn on high pass filters for my full range speakers and let the sub take care of the bass.
Plans for the future are to find a Neon ACR to donate wheels, sway bars, and upgrade to Koni struts like the ACR and RT had. I wouldn't mind lowering it a touch but with winters around here I better wait till I have another car to run around in.
All in all I really like the car, gets great gas mileage, handles well, is fun to drive, and has enough room for my Tuba(I'm a Music Ed Major so that was one of the requirements). What other car could be fun to drive and still get 40MPG on the highway. Check out my 1940 ford here http://www.cardomain.com/ride/3008391 Show Less
Installed a stereo. The reciever sits in the glovebox so it is hidden when I want it to be. Even with the dynamat I havent gotten enough of the d... Show moreroning out to make the radio sound good. The reciever is just a little underpowered and the speakers dont have enough bottom end for great balance. I might add an amp later to see if that helps the situation but even so the layout of the car doesnt lend itself well to a mostly out of sight yet good sounding stereo Show Less
There are too many custom touches to really bother listing. My dad and I have done everything on this car except for change the inset of the wheels, in... Show morestall the V butt windshield, and do the Pin striping on the wheels. There is only one body pannel on the whole car we did not modify, and that is the roof. We widened the front fenders, flared the rear fenders, shaved every piece of trim and the door handles, and frenced the front and read taillights. Show Less