A customer brought us his classic Chevrolet Corvette Stingray with a LS3 motor swap for a custom stereo upgrade. We custom built a box behind the seats for 3 Alpine X speakers including a 10inch subwoofer along with an amp. The doors had new speaker housings custom built and installed with Alpine X speakers and a new Pioneer flip-out touchscreen with CarPlay.
Here are some other photos of the classic car to share with your friends and family that love this type of Corvette.
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Stop in and enjoy playing with new speakers and stereo’s on our demo wall full of head units and speakers. Crank it up, that’s what its for!
Check out this beautiful Chevy Corvette Stingray LT-1 classic muscle car that we installed a new carpet for!
In 1992 General Motors introduced the LT1, 350 cubic inch Small Block whose name was a tribute to the original LT-1. This engine was available through 1997. In a dynamometer test conducted by Super Chvey comparing a 1970 LT-1 and a 1996 LT1, the old motor produced 353 horsepower at 5,600 rpm and 392 foot-pounds of torque at 4,100 rpm, while the new motor produced 350 horsepower at 5,700 rpm and 379 foot-pounds of torque at 3,800 rpm. – Wiki on LT-1
If you have interest in better sound out of your speakers, custom seats and upholstery, visual entertainment systems, gaming systems, recordable dash cameras, and anything else custom for your vehicle including boats, please call us today to talk to our experienced staff and ask about a free quote.
87 W. Michigan St.
Orlando, Florida 32806
This Stingray boat was brought in to us to have new speakers and head unit, Seadek surface installed, and a professional detail. To install Seadek Non-Skid surface, we have to scan the entire boat with a special machine that is here at our shop. Then we go to the computer that puts the measurements into the software to have another machine custom CNC cut the surface padding to the dimensions previously measured. The Stingray text is also CNC’d along with the customers desired pattern. The boat was professionally detailed from head to toe, including all of the salt water barnicles on the boat. Once the cleaning was done, we carefully install the padding surface like a puzzle.
Once Seadek, the Kicker KMC10, and 6 new Kicker speakers were installed, we had a the detailer clean and buff the boat one more time to bring color back and remove scuffs for the customer.
*Before and after pictures