I believe this was in an older issue of some audio magazine (the name escapes me at the moment, but I'll find out). It's an E36 M3 and the guy who did the mods did it to show off his companies new line of Alpine products. I believe it took him almost a full year to do all of the modifications (inside and out). It is an amazing car! I believe the only thing stock on the interior is the headliner.
Seems excessive, but everything is well done. There is nothing that doesn't fit. One of the things that bothers me a lot about many heavily modded cars is that they look like they were slapped together. Half the time, the parts don't even fit properly. It's pathetic. This is what modding should be, which is not to say that I think it makes sense, or that i would ever do something this insane.
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