Well first time using this place, give you guys a little fun with this,My car, "Gypsy" is a hunter green 93' dodge spirit,, i "inherited" form my grandma,so far, i've replaced the motor, tranny fuel-pump and the front brake assembly, as well as a new master cylinder, all 4 tires, new radio, wheel covers, RV mirror, both CV joints(FWD after all), and all in all practically bought a brand new car. with the repairs made on her, for as I'm to recall. a total just shy of 3k$ worth of work on her, all in the front end, I'll add some pics of Gypsy later to show you her luxurious luster of *cough* love <.<the end result of this project is to make my Gypsy a sleeper car. a beautiful beast.but for now, so far te only performance upgrades I've preformed for her are:K&N filterStreet grade 14"(stock-size) Touring tiresminor weight reduction. *remove excess foam and unnessesary weights form her mass.with an as of current times :0-60 8.5 second60-90 2.75secondin addition to her preformance upgrades i've also been plannign on installing some visual and funtionality upgrades kenwood KRS-28 stereoset of 4 3phase speakers at 100 wat max capacity (for clarity of sound not blow the glass out)internal lighting for passengers/navigator(switch and lights installed for 2 passengers awaiting 3rd for final spot/switch and LED strip,as well plans are to includeCusomizeing reflector bar on rear end ot complete a full bar brakelight(useing 2-4 led flexi strips wired to the rear cabin lamp (tirtiary brakelight))install overhead console, fitted to hold motorola T70 GPSIndividual indicator for any door not securly fit (door ajar indicator pulled form buick seabring)as well as other panels capable of being cut for future instilation projects, such as inboard car DVR recording system.CB radio. and infra red scope/monitora rear floor console to hold a beverage cooler,and finaly a functional yet appealing rear wing.