July 2003 Featured Car

 
 
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 Screen Name: rthammar

 Age: 29

 Profession: Exotic furniture warehouse manager

 Car model: Lexus SC 400

 Car year: 1992

 Engine size: V8

 Color: Dark Green

Modifications:


Engine:

 

  1. Stock

Suspension:
  1. Eibach

Exterior:
  1. Stock

Interior:
  1. 5 monitors
  2. Addzest head unit (Japanese)

Wheels & Tires:
  1. Hartge

Brakes:
  1. Brembo rotors

Stereo System:
  1. Addzest Headunit
  2. 4 Phoenix Gold Amplifiers
  3. 3 JL Audio 12" w7
  4. Phoenix Gold 15 farad Capacitor
  5. 5" Focal Mids On Front and Back
  6. (Audio Control) EQ

Future Modifications:
  1. Twin Turbo Supra Engine (2JZ-GTE)


What led you to buy a Lexus?

I’ve always wanted a SC400 since they came out with it. Why you chose to modify your Lexus? Hmm....where do I begin...I love sound systems and electronic gadgets. Before, I only had rims. I’ve been looking around for a stereo shop that can perform what I wanted, but no one seemed to offer what I wanted. After 4 months of searching around, I gave up. I then bought a head unit directly from Japan. Most of the graphics were all Japanese. I looked for a stereo shop that could install my head unit and they were all too scared to install it due to Japanese instructions. I then decided that I'll try one more stereo shop. That’s when I came across Gilbert Perez, known as "AUDIOGIL" here on Club Lexus. He knew exactly what needed to be done and the install came out flawless. I asked him if he can perform some crazy install in my car and he said "not a problem.” He explained to me, in brief detail, what kind of installation he was capable of performing and I got extremely excited. So I decided to go for it. I’m taking my car back to Thailand and I want it to be the best SC400 in all of Thailand. When I went back to see him, I told him that I want the loudest setup that I could have and on top of that, the wildest install any SC could have. I never expected him to do what he did and I was speechless when I went to pick up my car. I then wanted a motorized trunk and again he said "no problem.” Up until this day, Gilbert (AudioGil) is still adding gadgets to my car. Hehehe. I’m glad he ended up opening his own stereo shop. He now owns "818 MOTORING". For those of you who don’t trust other stereo shops, Gilbert is the man to see. I love my car and everything in it. It wouldn’t have been possible without him. Thank you for helping me build my dream car and special thanks to Club Lexus for all your support.

Interests:

Mobile Electronics & Gadgets, Car Shows, Girls, Girls and more Girls

 



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