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1987 Trans AM GTA Italia


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#1 mrrman

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Posted 20 January 2011 - 08:46 PM

I have been rebuilding this car since April and as you can see it is now back on the wheels. I have gutted the entire interior and changed the whole look.

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my car on blocks

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I have gutted the interior and sound proofed the car, better insulation

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I dyed all the plastics from a dingy grey to cobalt

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the plastic are back in the car and i am installing a 1000W and 600W 6 speaker system

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installed all new leather power seats

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back seats

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installed a new console with 4 cupholders and changed the grey carpet to black( all the grey was taken out)

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stk 15" tires were rechromed and painted

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front pic of car

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RAM kit

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back view of the car
A new chip was installed, new HID headlights, RAM kit, new AC pump...I will load more pics later

#2 Jaysz28

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Posted 20 January 2011 - 11:27 PM

Nice work!

Thanks for saving a rare(er) car




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