There is probably no better way to experience the wonders of a customized car than to sit in one and take a long, deserved ride. This is not always possible given the number or crazy ideas being that car enthusiasts are experimenting with.
36-year-old Corey from Illinois made something to a Chevy Camaro and left us agape with the results he produced. Corey has managed Crusader Customs for about a decade now, building all sorts of outlandish custom rides. His work on the Camaro is nonetheless something to behold.
Corey has given this car a whole 32-inch Blocco alloy wheels from Forgiato. He then went on to give door panels 27-inch TVs. To make room for those large screens, Corey had to get rid of the door handles and replaced them with buttons mounted on the A-pillars.
The seats are now all leather with a two-tone peanut butter hue,same as the center of the steering wheel as well as on the upper part of the dashboard. Door-mounted custom speakers and an Xbox One installed in the trunk round off the changes. A Microsoft’s gaming console, is used to operate the electrically retractable fabric roof. How does that sound?
You don’t do such extraordinary things without some sense of excitement. For Corey, this’s something that has been part of him for as long as he can remember. He says, “I’ve had a passion for cars ever since I can remember. Now, I use the car as if it’s one of my toys. And it’s awesome to have a toy that I can get in and drive around for real.”
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