Now I know what your thinking, "whats the point of slamming a car"? There are multiple reasons for doing a correct stance job, more tire contact, slight camber for better turn-ins on a track. All of these are legitimate reasons for lowering your car. However, that's not what I'm going for. I'm slamming my car (#HellaFlushBro) for basically an experiment which is "What Goes On In The Mind Of Someone Who Slams There Car". All work done to this car will be DIY (Except the initial bodywork. I bought this car off of Copart Auto Auctions as a Run and Drive). I will attempt to go to every big meet in the South Florida Area. So here we go Part 1.
I bought this car off of Copart Auto Auctions for a whooping price of 3,391.94 USD. The car as of right now (February 28th, 2016) is currently getting bodywork done to the rear left quarter panel and trunk as the car seemed to have been in a pretty rough accident.
Current Parts Purchased:
- B&I- Premium Design 3 Spoke Steering Wheel
- Pure- Factory Style Rear Lip Spoiler
- Spyder- Black CCFL Halo Projector Headlights
- Bilstein- B12 Series Lowering Kit
Parts To Purchase:
- Pioneer- 8&1/4 HVT Sealed 150 w Active Sub-Woofer
- Pioneer- 6&1/2 PRO Series 500 w Mid-Bass Drivers
- Pioneer- Double Din with "6.2" Inch Touchscreen
- VMR- v710 Wheels "Matte Black"
- Anything Else That I Might Like On The Vehicle