This is my Dodge Ram seeing as I really like to work on cars I decided to change the appearance and upgrade a few components. I started off by removing all the chrome.
This is how the truck came out after removing all the chrome and painting it with a flat black.
Decided the Dodge Ram needed a better paint job so I painted it with a Vitamin C Orange.
This is a car belongs to a friend of mine the rear bumper was cracked and falling off, so I decided to help her out and fixed the bumper.
Seeing as I enjoy working with cars I decided to install a sound system on a friends car. The sound system included a new stereo with two 10″ Rockford Fosgate R1 sub-woofers and a 600 watt amp.
I also installed another system on a truck, but this time decided to install three speakers and two amps. The speakers are two 8″ Kicker Comps and one 12″ Kicker S L7. I ran two amps with a total of 1400 watts.
This is one of the 8″ Kicker Comp powered by a 400 watt amp. I used a extension cord’s wire instead of speaker wire because it sounds a lot more clear and can support 2000 watt peak power. Plus it helps save money if you are on a budget, because it can compete with high class speaker wire and it’s less then $2 at a local store.
This is the other side with one 8″ Kicker comp showing and the 12″ L7. The process looks sloppy, but did not take a picture of the finished product, so this is the only one I have.
This is just showing a correct and effective way to wire a stereo wires when installing an aftermarket stereo It is a simple process and took me less then 30 mins.
This is a Nissan Altima I worked on, the driver’s side tires tread blew up and caused the bumper to fly off. I replaced the bumper and tire and the car was left looking nice. I did not get to take a picture however.
This is the current project car I have my hands on. It is one of my favorites a Mazda Rx8. No work has been done to it as of yet.