How many times have you seen a guy with awesome paint and interior but the most hideous set of lame-o rims ever manufactured? Or maybe hes got the perfect stance and a 10-second time slip but terrible 80s neon graphics and tweed-gone-wrong interior. Its all about consistency of quality and good taste. Jason Luevanos found just the right combo for his 95 Silverado and we cant find anything we dont like about it.
Jason achieved his 5/7 drop by using a set of Firestone airbags and an MIC Super C-notch. His drop spindles are from MIC, and his draggin-ass ride stays smooth with Toxic shocks. The Lexani Irius rims look icy and the Falcon rubber looks tight and just right. The outside of this sexy Silverado has been given a fast flame grille from MIC and Sir Michaels smoothie front bumper and shaved roll pan. He also slapped on a SnugTop tonneau cover, shaved the door handles, tailgate, and luggage holes, and added an amp rack and a carpet kit for the bed. The bodywork and graphics were masterfully executed by Eddie Macias at Kaotic Kustoms in Long Beach, California. The silver and blue tribal flames are accentuated with the window tint from Oasis Tint.
Jason had built the coolest, sweetest and sparkliest, most ass-kickin 95 Silverado on the block. He was pimping it big time. But then came time to figure out how to stand apart from the other cool, sweet, sparkly, ass-kicking Chevys that dominate the truck shows. He started by modifying his sound system. Jason slowly filled his excab as he became more and more obsessed with winning sound-off competitions. For most sport truck junkies the excab isnt really functional anyway. Its hardly enough space to carry anything. Friends are too fat to fit, grocery shopping consists of Top Ramen and beer, which fit nicely on the front seat, and the chances of getting lucky in the back seat are laughable due to the minimal space. So, what could Jason possibly fit back there that would make all of us gasp, Holy Sheet Batman? How about twelve 12-inch subwoofers packed four wide and three deep. Surprisingly, these actually squeeze in, and Jason is now legally deaf (not really, but he probably will be soon). The entire system consists of a Kenwood head unit, Crossfire 3-100D and 1-202 amps, Crossfire 5 ½-inch front and rear speakers, and the dozen Crossfire subs in the excab. Other interior goodies that Jason was able to cram in include the APC gauges and steering wheel, billet pedals, shifter, and step wells. The stock seats have been recovered in blue and white vinyl and Jason also added a custom dash. Before this truck was the pretty, pampered, chick magnet you see here, it was a mean illegal street racing machine. Under the hood lies a 5.7L V-8 with
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