Here are the pictures of the interior. More of the clear corners, strobes, and Carbon Fiber Altezzas on the car after I wash it.
The First picture... Show more is with the flash and purposefully Oversaturated to let the red show up. The second is in near darkness with the night shot setting. It was not purposefully oversaturated to that point but to get the effect I put one of those rubber sleeves on the dome light and lights in the foot wells as well as neons there, under the back seats, and a 55" against the back seats in the luggage area.
Above are the Carbon Fiber Altezzas. I have only seen a single pair (on any kind of blazer) around Dayton,Ohio other than mine which I quite like.
Here is my under hood strobe light and clear corner strobes. The strobes are in the inside section of the lenses (red, what else?).
This is the panel that controls the whole show. I bought an extra 2wd panel to install the switches to so as to keep the original intact and stock. Because the panel is such an odd shape, the switches look slightly out of place but it still looks nice and clean. A very simple setup was used:1 switch for the grill neon and LED underbody), one for inside neons, one for both stobes setup, and an extra one for whatever ends up needing a switch.
My first stereo was a 200 watt Kenwood head unit and 2 12" Kenwood Subs. The subs were powered by a 600 watt Jenson amp (I know I know, but I got it free from a friend of my dad. The screen is blue but the buttons and dials are red so it matches well. The subs were a new model with a red center with a triangle so it matches everything too. I didn't buy them because of it but it just worked out. It sounds very nice and hits hard but you can still hear all the highend and midrange too so its still somewhat balanced. I have also made a vinyl cover for the box that works similar to the retractable one on the 4 door blazers. With the factory deep tint it is nearly impossible to see inside the vehicle.
Also because the little square mats in the back seats are so small and do virtually nothing, I made a custom sized floor mat covering the entire floor back there and put the xtreme logo in each footwell.
On another note I entered it in to the 2004 Indianapolis Import and Truck Bash. I didn't have any expectations of winning anything but a still had a excellent time there and across the street at the campground. (anyone who attended and camped will know what I'm talking about).
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