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THE ESSENTIALS

Owner:
Harvey DeLuca
Location:
Rockledge, FL
Vehicle:
2004 Scion xB

WHEELS, TIRES, BRAKES

Drag Wheels 15x7-inch
Nitto NT420 tires

SUSPENSION

Easy Street Air Ride

EXTERIOR

Custom paint by Jeff Burroughs
HID kit
LED Glow 3-million color kit

INTERIOR

Custom interior By Jeff Burroughs
Spiderman costumes

AUDIO / MULTIMEDIA

Soundstream VIR 7355 NRBT headunit
Soundstream PQ7 equalizer
Soundstream TRX200.D mono amp
Soundstream Picasso 15-inch subs x4
Soundstream TRX 4.880 amplifier
Soundstream Tarntula TRC 6.5-inch components x4
Soundstream Capcell
Stinger power and ground wire with fuse block
Sony PS2 slim
Power Acoustic LCD

 


 

 

 

 



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