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Tom's car has always been impressive, just seeing it in the flesh is aweinspiring. It just keeps getting more awesome.

Pics are great but NOTHING like the real thing. Keep raising the bar Tom.
He could just sell it to me now. No questions asked! I'd do that just to keep from putting a lot of miles on it. I think I read on another thread where he was racking up the miles.:D
 

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For some reason, this pic looks like something you'd see when a car has spun out of control and ended up off the side of the road in a ditch. I picture a tow truck.. and maybe a couple state troopers writing it up. lol

I like the wheels when they were the lighter color, this way they just blend in with the tire and really aren't noticeable from a distance
Hmmmm.. I'm gonna have to agree with this, but point out that it's still nothing short of pure awesome!

Tom's car has always been impressive, just seeing it in the flesh is aweinspiring. It just keeps getting more awesome.

Pics are great but NOTHING like the real thing. Keep raising the bar Tom.
X2! I had the privilege of meeting Tom (as well as a few others) and seeing his M in person about a year ago up at one of Dan's meets in NC. You're right.. the pics don't do it justice!
 

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Discussion Starter #103 (Edited)
Current Mod List as of 6/3/2012:

Interior Modifications:
Custom 3-Gauge A-Pillar (Based off an Auto Meter SRT4 3-gauge A-Pillar)
Auto Meter NV Series Gauges Installed:
Oil Pressure, Transmission Temperature & Voltmeter
Painted Center Stack Bezels (Clock, Radio/AC, and Shifter Bezel)
Custom Stitched Chrome Shifter
Painted Wood Wheel
Intrepid SXT Molded Cup Holder
Intrepid door Handles (Dark Slate)
Panavise Cell Phone Mounting Bracket with Brackettron Cradle
Kenwood Excelon KDC-X791 Head Unit
PAC SWI-JACK Steering Wheel Interface Module
32gb Thumb Drive (Jukebox 3.0)
Power Premium 360 Amplifier (4760688AC)
Infinity Sail Panel Speakers
JBL GTO607C 6.5” Component Speakers in the front doors
Infinity Sail Panel Speakers installed in the rear doors
JBL GTO927 6x9 2-Way Speakers on the rear deck
Articulating Front Head Rests
2001 Seat Memory Module
Seat Belt Anchor Covers
1st Gen LH Tilt Wheel Lever
1st Gen LH Illuminated Key Ring
Mopar Trunk Liner

Exterior Modifications:
Tinted Windows (35% front, 15% rear & across the top of the windshield)
One-of-a-kind Hood with Hood Scoop (sourced from an 84-85 Mustang GT)
Black Grille with custom emblem
Sylvania Silverstar lighting in all front facing lighting
Custom Tinted Tail Lights
245/40-20 General GMax AS-03 Tires
“Hot Rod” Powder Coated 300C SRT8 Wheels with “SRT” in Flat Red
Chrome 1-Piece Lug Nuts
Painted Ground Effects (Gloss Black)
Rally Red Racing Stripe
Painted Calipers with “Mopar” caliper decals
OEM Spoiler
Chrysler “Wings” and “SRT Design” badges on deck lid
99-2000 “Sight Shield”

Powertrain Modifications:
2002 Chrysler 300M Special PCM
K&N FIPK Intake tube with an AEM Dryflow air filter
Cadillac Northstar Intake Elbow
Prowler Plenum/ Engine badge
Intake Spacer 2.0 (3/8” intake Spacer)
CG Racing Hi/Lo Speed Fan Switch
Powder Coated Valve Covers
Mobil 1 0W40 Oil Filler Cap
MSP Underdrive Crank Pulley
Aeromotive Overdrive Alternator Pulley
Edge Racing Converters “Mild Street Edge” High Stall Torque Converter (3000 rpm stall)
Modified Transmission Pan (modified to accept both a temperature sender and a drain plug)
Oil Pressure Sender Array (assembly to accept both factory, and Auto Meter senders)
1st Gen LH Exhaust Manifolds, true dual exhaust with Magnaflow 2.25” Spun Catalytic Converters, Flowmonster 2.25” X-Pipe, and Thrush Welded 2-Chamber mufflers with OBX 4” resonated exhaust tips
 

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Discussion Starter #108 (Edited)
Well. as many of you know, I had a bit of an accident back in November....it was my own fault, as I pulled into traffic and a Jeep Cherokee hit me.It came across my front end, and ripped off my fascia, punctured the condenser, destroyed the transmission cooler, and power steering cooler. Along with that, it ripped the grille right out of the fascia. So...I decided I was going to wait until Spring to fix her up.

Well, Spring is here...












The car is fixed!!
 

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FYI....here is what the car looked like right after the wreck...





 

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It's looking awesome. It looked like the hood was not damage, it was a bad thing you were in an accident but a good thing the hood was not damage.
 

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Tom,
Have you thought about lowering it just a bit? IMO, I think it would make a big difference. But, once again it's a gr8 looking 300M
When it had the OEM suspension, it was lower...I like it where it is.
 

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Spent the weekend detailing and cleaning the car...
She is all purdy and clean..








 

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That would be besides mine, lol ;)

Sent from my DROID RAZR HD
 
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