This extremely clean 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee is now for sale. It has lots of accessories and a great sound system. Read all about everything done to the Jeep below. If interested please contact Aaron at ARGuck@gmail.com
I have a Poppy seed red 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee. It rides on 1997 rims with brand new Winter/Snow Tires purchased in November of 2006. The exterior accessories include: Billet Grille with custom cut mesh placed behind it and the holes in the bumper, Red Window Visors, Red bug deflector with new chrome Jeep emblem attached, Blue Fog Lights, Sylvania Silver Star White Halogen Bulbs, Black Safari Light Bar, Black Surco Safari Rack with Off-Road Lights and Full Size Jeep Spare (all attached with custom mounts), Red V-tech Tuff Stuff Taillight Covers, custom made "Jeep" third brake light cover, a neon light behind the grill, European "flexy" antenna, red painted rear drums, rear windows tinted to 20% and I also made custom "Grand Laredo Safari" decals (They appear on the Safari bar, the rear passenger window deflectors, the Rear Jeep logo, and the fenders).
The interior trim has been painted red to match the exterior. I hooked up some white face indiglo gauges with a painted red aluminum gauge overlay. I added some red Scroth harness pads, drilled aluminum look pedal covers, and husky floor liners to cover all flooring. A security system by Clifford. A few neon lights and a CB Radio.
The Sound System is set up for quality but it still happens to be pretty loud. I have Infinity Kappa 60.5cs components in front and 62.5 2 way Kappas in back to match. I have a 12.1 Kappa Perfect Sub in a Custom Spare Tire Shape Sub Box. They are all ran by a 5 channel Infinity Kappa 255a Amp with a JVC KD-SH99 MP3/CD Player with a custom iPod hook up.
Here is my Infinity Sticker with me in the reflection:
This is the new spare tire sub box:
(To see the rest of the sound system please visit page 6)
Performance wise, I just have a huge 6x9 K&N Air Filter with a Rusty's Air Tube. I like the way it sounds it give it just a little more power mainly noticed in the low, low rpms.
Page 1: Intro
Page 2: Interior and Labels
Page 3: New Exterior
Page 4: Old Exterior
Page 5: Night (New & Old)
Page 6: Sub Box and Sound System