check this out! my car is in grand theft auto san andreas! AND its painted too finaly!Hey my name is Eric and this is my 1986 Chrysler Fifth Avenue. Otherwise known as my Hot Rod Grocery Getter. The car started as your dime a dozen daily driver. It left Michigan with power steering, power brakes, air conditioning, cruise control, power windows, delay wipers, light package, the very plush dark blue crushed velour interior, aluminum snowflake wheels, and was painted silver with a silver padded landau top. This is the most current picture of what it looks like now.The car was handed down to me by my mom and dad in need of a transmission. I had it rebuilt and then decided that this car wasn't as bad as I thought it was so I put 3" lift shackles and air Shocks on the back. Then topped it off by Putting Appliance (Cragar look alikes) wheels on with 245/60 14 BF Goodrich tires on it. That gave the car a hole new image that was better than I ever expected it to be.Since then I have added a molded in L-88 cowl induction hood scoop,a 1981 Pontiac Firebird rear decklid spoiler, poorly tinted the windows, added an APC steering wheel,a Jensen CD Player with new speakers, blacked out the grille and just recently the tail lights, my best friend just made me a new black vinyl top, I comletely redone the trunk with truck bed liner, and am now starting to paint the entire car 2002 Chrysler Steel Blue with extra green/blue pearl.I work in a body shop so I know how to do everything the correct way. Every modification I have performed myself with the exception of the vinyl top. The engine is mostley stock but I have taken off every part of the smog and emissions equipment. Added high performance plug wires, disconnected all the air conditioning parts, and put an edlebrock air cleaner on it. BUT the best part of the entire car is the exhaust system. Origionaly it had 3 catylitic converters, a very large muffler, and a resonator all on single 2" exhaust. Now it is as follows: Hooker Compition headers, a 2 1/2" Flowtech X crossover pipe, and 2 chamber delta series flowmasters with no tail pipes, it just ends infront of the rear axle. This car is ussually the loudest car on cruise night by far. Just Idling it sets off most car alarms. My future plans are to finish painting it, install a 395 horsepower crate 360 engine, and put 15x7 and 15x10 Cragar SS wheels with 235/60 and 295/50 tires on it. This is one of my favorite cars of mine and I plan on keeping it and show/racing it for a long time. thanks for looking and I will try to update it as I go along. NEW ITEMS: custom molded six pack scoop, 15x10 and 15x7 Cragar SS wheels, 295/50 and 235/60 tires, and loads of others and closer to paint than before.