FOR SALE!! If your interested leave a msg here and your email so I can contact you. Appraised at $38,525 and I will sacrific at $15,000 firm. The DVD play... Show moreer and Screen are included but no Sub's or amp's. If you want the sub's and amp's with it the price is $18,500.
Here are pictures of the new paint on the car. The main color is called Corona Gold Pearl and the Body of the dragon is Purple Haze and the design on the hood and the Dragons fins are Copperhead bronze.
I'm not going to ramble on about the car and everything that was done to it. I have a few pictures here that speak for themselves.
This is a picture of the old paint job to see the difference in the car.
The very first paint job after the custom work. You can see why it has gone through some changes.
I don't have any curent pictures of the stereo but I can list off what I have.
Pioneer 8" wide screen
Pioneer in dash DVD player
Rockford 4x6 in the doors, But replacing with Polk MOMO 6" 2 way
2 Rockford 18" HX2 subs in the back seat
2 Rockford Power 200.1 amps powering each front speaker
Rockford Type RFX7 running the 2 18s
Rockford 6x9 3ways in the back.
2 gallons of Rubber sounds kill through out the whole car and Brown bread sound kill in the doors.
Just wanted to put a few pics of the new truck. Well new to me, it's a 2001 GMC extended cab Z71, Ski-Doo Limited Edition. Nothing done to it and it's probably going to stay pretty well stock.
Page 2 shows some of the work that went into the body. Show Less
Here are a few pics of the car during the customizing.
We started off on the back end bacause we knew what design we wanted and how it was going to look.
T... Show morehis was right after the back end was finished and primed. I backed it out of the garage to take the picture.
The hood scoop was the only thing I originaly wanted to do to the car but was talked into doing much more as you can see. I got the idea from the Grand Am Comcept car in the Pontiac Racing magazine before they even offered in on the 2002 models.
The Front was kept very plain because I was running out of money. This was the start of the front and you can see the hood scoops were finished at this point.
This was the new finished front end as the ground effects under the door were being made.
This is the finished product just before paint. I took it for a few days to make sure the sand from all the work was mostly blown out. Show Less