Posted 27 April 2012 - 09:36 PM
Agreed that tribute's are usually Marmite cars - people will love them or hate them, rarely the middle ground.
As long as the owner is open & honest about what it is I'm not at all against them. I have spoken out where cars have been misrepresented as the real deal but honesty carries a lot of weight with me so I look at the hard work & passion that went into the build.
2005 Turn2 CS6 Vert, Sonic Blue, First Officially Licensed CS6 Leather Interior Upgrade Kit, Black Top, IUP, Shaker 500 - believed to be 1 of 1 with this combination.
All the usual Turn2 CS6 goodies plus, shaftmasters aluminum driveshaft, JBA ceramic coated headers, antenna delete, CDC sequential tailights, Agent 47 door mirrors, autographed airbag cover, Kenwood DDX6019 double DIN DVD head unit with Nav & Sirius, Infinity Reference 6832cf's Front & Rear, Shelby Kicker Subs and a few dress up pieces. 370hp, 377ft/lb torque
2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Adrenalin, 4.6L V8, AWD, Silver Birch Metallic, Charcoal Leather Interior, Fully Loaded, K&N Typhoon Air Intake, Magnaflow Muffler with Resonator Delete, Infinity Reference 6832's Front & Rear, PIAA Xtreme White headlight bulbs, 14" shorty antenna, 20x9 Shelby Razors for summer use.
Spending money I don't have on parts I don't need to impress people I don't know :)