Last year was the first year i competed and it was an eventful year. Basically, I began with a 1985 basic jimmy and transformed it into a 1991 look-a-like fully loaded vehicle with every option imaginable. i also through in a 1995 LT1 Corvette motor and 6-speed tranny to give it 300 horses. I competed in BC and went down to almost all of the IASCA events in Washington and a few in Portland and Post falls. I completed at the world finals and placed 11the in the novice 301-600 watt class. Any other questions can be forwarded to email@example.com. On to the pics.Here's a full view of the Jimmy.A look at the inside. A custom console was made for convenience, comfortability and the stereo system. Here's a closer look at the console. Removing the stealth cover reveals an Alpine CVA-1000 flush mounted. Below that you have an Alpine CD Changer, and below that you have an Alpine PRA-H400, a digital crossover and time correction device.Folding down the rear bench seat allows access to the Clarion VCR and access to the gain controls of the two smaller Alpine V12 amps. Also mounted here are four 2 inch 12 volt fans for cooling the amps. You might need to increase the brightness to get a better look at the pic.Next we have the custom floor pods. Kick panels were made to house top of the line DDDrives and positioned for optimum sound quality. alpine 8"s were installed in custom door pods for mid bass. This picture was taken before the subs were mounted. One unique feature about the install of the amps was the the internal circuitry of two of the amps was reversed. This was done so that all the gain controls for the amps would be to the outside which would allow easier access and the wiring would all be in the middle which would look nicer. When you look at the two farthest amps, one of the has the wiring on the left of the amp and the other on the right of the amp.Full view of the sub box and amp rack show how much work was required here. the tailgate was customized to house a full tool set and safety kit.Thank you for taking the time to look at my vehicle. If you have any more questions feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.