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Vehicle Name Lani
Year 2006
Make Ford
Model GT
Color Satin Silver Metallic
2006 Ford GT
History Bought on December 31st as my first big boy purchase. Since then while going to school and work I have been working on the car little by little.

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Exterior
2006 Ford GT Exterior 2006 Ford GT Exterior
-Painted Faux gas cap satin black, detailed FORD lettering done by hand with red enamel modeling paint.
-Deck lid is also painted satin black.
-Tinted tail lights, brake light, and side markers.
-2011 19" CS wheels.
-Plasti dipped GT badges.

Interior
2006 Ford GT Interior 2006 Ford GT Interior
The interior has really not been touched other than just the regular maintenance it takes to take care of leather and all plastic trim.

In-Car Entertainment
2006 Ford GT In-Car Entertainment 2006 Ford GT In-Car Entertainment
-Kenwood X396 Deck
-Memphis RCA's
-Kenwood 6x8 Excelon speakers
-Power California 4-Channel Amp
-Kenwood x500-1 Mono Amp
-Memphi M5 12" subwoofer.
-Box designed and made by me!

Under the Hood
2006 Ford GT Under the Hood
-K& CAI
-Red painted Intake cover with Black Mustang.
-Custom Strut tower brace, hand made brackets, all mig welded by me!

Suspension
2006 Ford GT Suspension
Suspension was the first thing I really did to this car, it was much needed!
-Ford K springs
-UPR Relocation brackets
-JM Trackbar
-Eibach camber bolts
-Strut tower brace hand/custom made.

Other
-K&N CAI
-Pypes cut/clamp X-Pipe
-Hurst Short Shifter Kit
-Flowmaster 40's Series axle backs with 3" tips (previous owner had done this, I plan to add a roush axle back system for it soon!)
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Old 07-13-2013, 03:34 PM   #2
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more pics!!
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Awesome ride
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Thanks guys!
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How did you go about Plasti dipping your badges? I tried doing mine, and they did not come out that great. Should I just spray and then use an exacto to trim then peel the excess?
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I taped off a rectangle and cover the rest of the working area. Sprayed a good 6-7 coats and allowing it to dry for about 10 minutes. Then peeled off where I put my top layer of masking tape for the rectangle along with that came the extra plasti dip on the car. Take your time and you'll have to peel in different directions for the different curves but should stay on the emblems.
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Thanks! I've got some Red Dip that I plan on doing a stripe with and use the rest for emblems and what-not.
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