Here you see the drivers side shot. Very clean car.
Here you see the back seat.
This is my dash it is missing something. I need a White dash, that's what it needs.
These are my 6x9's in the rear deck if you can notice I took the liner between the sheet metal and carpeted top board so more air (bass can come threw) can come threw when the seats are closed.
The next images you will see are the steps in making the side pods to hold the ALPINE AMP'S, Dist. block, Ground block, and the ALPINE DIGITAL PHASE PROCESSOR.
This is my friend Eric Miller he helps me alot in 2 hour shop class at school.
This is what they ar kinda going to look like. I still have to do fiberglass.
This is what it looks like with the chicken wire attached to form the shape so I can fiberglass over it.
Here you see the side pods taken out and getting the fiberglass put on. It is a real mess. Make sure you do this in a well vented area.
This pic shows it set in place but not covered yet. What do you think look good or not?
This is in Advanced Woods class. These 2 clowns are my friends. Aaron Crawford (left) and Josh Summers (right).
If you can see the big guy in the blue thats Mr. Pohren, our Adv. woods/shop teacher. He is a cool guy. If he wouldn't let me build thi stuff in his class then I would still be working on the sub box. I don't have much time between School, Work, and Girlfriend.