Looking at it from afar, and you’ll never think that this ride is in fact an awesome show vehicle. That is, until you come a little closer. With a glint of sunlight, you’ll notice the custom paintjob, looking as if it were earthend where Patapon soldiers dwell in harmony. Children who play the famous PSP game would certainly drag their parents in for a closer inspection. And then you start to notice the glints of neon pink lights and blinking headlights that were as if the car was winking at you, urging you to come closer.
The engine is neatly detailed, with certain parts highlighted with the same paint as the exterior, and the pink neon glow gives away the fact that this is not a your average workhorse pickup.
As you approach the ride for a better look of the inside, the interior immediately captivates you. Louis Vuitton on white is a view that will, at any given day, enamour the ladies, and fill a man’s ego. Add a touch of neon pink lighting, and a Barney stuff toy between the seats, and you have yourself a ride that’s impossible not to love.
Then when you finally start to relax from the visual fixation, you start to notice the other details, such as the custom speaker enclosures on the doors and kickpanels, plus the video monitors on each visor (not seen on picture). Turning the stereo on, cranking the volume up, the music sounds crisp and clean. But wait, the bass indeed packs a punch! You start to wonder where all that audio power is coming from.
A peek into the back seat reveals the source of all that audible power. Amplifiers custom-mounted on the floor with matching neon pink lighting and Louis Vuitton leather consistent with the front just enthralls you. The pinkish glow emanating into the white seats gives nice visual treat, especially at night.
Now here’s the source of all that chest pumping bass. A custom subwoofer is mounted neatly where the rear seatback used to be, blended with the same Louis Vuitton leather as with the rest of the interior.
I’ll be honest with you, I’ve never seen a Mitsubishi L200 as neat as this. Who would’ve known that you could turn a workhorse pickup into a posh ride?
1993 Mitsubishi L200
Owner: Niño Ignacio
Sounds by: 4KAS Audio
Paint by: 110 Carbase
Decals by: Stikeran
Interior by: Interior Inside
Detailed : Niño and friends. Hehehehe.
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