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This Small Chevy Car With Thousands Of LED Lights Looks Amazing

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TJ Dickenson, of Titusville, Florida, had some little nagging idea that he wanted to customize some car, in some very unique way. He set out to do some work on a certain Chevy. When he was done, it looked like one straight of once-popular-show “Pimp My Ride” He calls it the ‘Boom X.’

The most outstanding feature of this car is the extraordinary lining of custom LED lights that respond differently to bass, mids, and treble creating a fully unique light show. The chap from Florida has been customizing trucks since the mid-90s and set to work on this car all by himself.

He is immensely proud of the thing he created. He says, “There is no truck or car in the automobile world that’s done to this magnitude.”

The lights have been added to nearly every part of the truck, from the seats to the custom steering wheel and around the massive speaker setup in the boot. There are a couple of thousand LEDs in this truck. The LEDs are digital which means they are completely adjustable.

TJ has added 45 speakers, including 15 subwoofers, to make sure the truck brings the party to any car show it attends.

“What got me into cars was I always saw these low riders with booming systems,” explained the service electrician, “So that’s what I wanted, and that is the goal that I achieved with this truck.”

No doubt, the truck’s sound and light setup, controlled by a one-off prototype controller, is what helps TJ stand out, even when competing against those with larger budgets.

Judging by his assertive pride that emanates from his achievement, you can tell without a doubt that he likes every effort he made on this car. Nature truly has it that anything done with the application of passion will always bring about enviable fruits.

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