Update: January 9th, 2006.
Here's my 1997 Dodge Intrepid. I bought it back in December of 2002 for a really good deal. It has a 3.5L 24V engine, bright white paint, the wrong size rims (thanks dad)and many mods I've done myself.
The interior is under constuction (permanently :P), but I have a fully custom red and black theme going on. The back seat has a custom cover made by me and my girlfriend out of sheet and velour. The rear deck cover is also custom. The dash, door panels and plastic trim pieces are all painted using SEM vinyl paint and I painted tribal type designs using black scratch and fix. There are 4 Street Glow Red neons, located underneath the front and rear seats. I used a bell 3-way power cord splitter in the front and a Redline Quadrasocket in the rear to run power for the accessories. I have a Pioneer head-unit, pumping into 4" Pyramid speakers in the doors and 2 Pyramid 6"x9"'s in the rear.
The engine isn't really anything special. It's a stock 3.5L 24V engine which puts out in the area of 215 HP and 221 lb/ft TQ. I have added the Spectre intake from Autozone (cheap mod for the performance) and currently have a washable high-flow cone filter on there. Once again, I stay with the black and red theme. The intake plenum has been painted red using Dupli-color high heat engine enamel. I run with Bosch wires and Champion RC12LYC Copper plugs. The wireset is sheeted in red wireloom. I run Mobil 1 EP 15w-50 in the summer and Castrol Syntec 0w-40 in the winter, using Mobil 1 filters.
The exterior isn't anything special either. It has the factory paint 9 years later, which shows in some area's. I had a spolier on there once >_
Update: 1/15/06: My taillight came in yesterday, still need to respray it to match the other one. Mirrors are next on my list, some folding one's to avoid another broken mirror situation. I've decided to redo the entire interior, black with red accents, more subtle that way. Going with Duplicolor primer directly on top of the SEM, followed by high gloss black. Red accents will be the window switches, the handle thingy, speaker in doors and general removable trim pieces. Using Dupli-color engine enamel for that.
Pics as of March 2005, new ones to come soon!
Custom rear seat, hood prop (bat) and Haynes Manula
Old engine pic, looks prettier now
Update March 12th, 2006, New pictures! Titles are printed on them, except for my engine picture, but, I think that's pretty obvious what it is, enjoy:
Update March 20th: Finally got around to putting on the folding mirrors I picked up from a 93 Concorde.... wish I kenw the connectors were different, would've saved me time and aggrivation out in the 10 degree windchill. Also found out that the speedo/tach on the reverse glo don't light up, I'll figure something out though...
Update March 22nd: Added new night shots
Update August 1st: Girlfriend's Voyager Sport shit the bed last month, going to swap rims, so, I'll actually have real rims!!! Thanks Christina, don't worry, we'll get you a new car, no more used POS!