Custom car audio video install Chevy Trailblazer (Audio / Video Install Build Pictures)
This install i did a few years back on a Trailblazer, I ran across these pictures on my old hard drive and figured i would upload them. This truck has been at many shows and featured in several magazines. (truckin, mini truckin, street trucks etc) Hope you enjoy the video!
Eclipse Double din Head unit
2) 6.5" Raw LCD Screens
1) 17" Raw LCD Screen
2) Clarion Amps
1) Eclipse 10" sub
Full one piece center console, housing the air ride controller and 6.5" raw LCD screen. Flush mount second raw screen into passenger airbag location.
Build custom enclosure for sub.
Build amp rack and make one piece fiberglass custom trim cover for amps, sub , and 17" raw LCD in rear.
Also build custom trim for rear 6x9's to "match" the clarion amp logo (Oval)
Custom Harley Bagger with 10" subwoofer Double din dvd and speakers by underground autostyling
Roaring Toys commissioned Underground to build a sick and loud system in this custom bike. Underground auto styling out of sarasota FL custom molded the fairing to house a pioneer double din dvd and 6 speakers. Underground then designed and build an enclosure to house a Phoenix gold 10" subwoofer in one of the saddle bags. The custom design gives you amazing open air bass without the nasty vibration. The other houses the small 800.5 digital amp also by Phoenix Gold. Unfortunately this bike with a 26" wheel was completed a couple weeks after bike week in Daytona so it will have to be seen at other shows around the country.
Bucket Seat Foam
A short instructional video explaining how to tell when you need to upgrade or replace your seat foam. This film shows a Chevelle bucket seat, but the principles apply to all seat foam.
chevy colorado loves red
http://www.candcstereos.com/ Headrest screens in all four seats, dvd player up front, all the red pieces in the car custom painted, playstation, changed the front grill, only thing missing is the rims winter time you know.
132789 / 1992 Chevrolet Stepside
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/6paro6s
Starting with what is arguably the best-looking truck in decades, this short-cab stepside 1992 Chevy was given a comprehensive makeover. The base color is vivid red, but there are so many layers of airbrushed graphics and custom paint atop it, that it's hard to know where to begin. The flame job is layered with white, yellow, purple, and orange licks, laid out in such a way as to make them look three dimensional, yet traditional. You'll note subtle ghost flames licking across the rockers, all the way back to the rear valence, which houses a molded-in license plate frame. Look closely and you'll be amazed by the amount of hand pinstriping used to outline the flames and to add depth and detail to the graphics—there must literally be hundreds of hours of work wrapped up in the finish alone.
Power comes from Chevy's evergreen 350 sporting a modified tuned port injection setup. But the engine itself isn't really the story, it's just there to move the paint job from show to show, and with that in mind, it's beautifully rendered. Most of the hard parts that see some heat have been chrome plated, but anything that wasn't chromed was painted in more of that cool House of Kolor candy paint. It's also highly functional, with power steering, power brakes, and A/C, all of which operate correctly and use a newer serpentine belt system to keep everything spinning.
The engine is backed by a 700R4 4-speed automatic, which makes highway drives easy, and it's tucked up tight inside the beautifully painted candy purple pearl frame. The stock rear end is still there, but now it hangs on a set of adjustable airbags and a custom trailing arm suspension, with the rear end cover painted to match the rest of the suspension components. And to complete the flame motif, a set of Colorado Custom billet wheels were whittled up that look like flames themselves, and wear 18-inch performance radials.
Aside from the dashboard and gauges, there's not a single stock component inside this truck. The door panels are works of art, and the tan leather buckets are as comfortable as they look. A custom center console was fabricated to house a pair of cup holders, controls for the power windows, as well as the head unit that controls a $10,000 stereo system. The bed features custom molded panels to house all the stereo gear, including the amplifiers and crossovers, a plexiglass window to show off the custom rear suspension, and a matching spare tire.
Over the top? Maybe. But you can't argue with the workmanship, which is simply phenomenal in every single way. With a build cost approaching $100,000, this is not your average sport truck. Every facet of the truck has been extensively modified, and even if you're not a custom truck guy, you can definitely appreciate the massive talent that it required to make this Chevy look this good. This is one of those vehicles that will stop people in their tracks at any show it attends, and the engineering makes it a machine that can be driven to shows, not trailered, giving you the best of both worlds. In the world of customs, this truck is not only amazing, it's an amazing bargain, too. Call, click, or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information and photos of this jaw-dropping custom truck.