Tacoma, WA
My garage: Previously owned Chevrolet Camaro Ghetto-Ride

About my car

This is my 1984 Camaro, first car I ever bought and still have it. I bought this car back around 1991.

I'm currently restoring it, and also customizing it a bit.

I started with the interior, and ripped everything out. I mean everything!
I replaced the ugly and dated 84 dash, and installed a more modern looking 92 Dash. I replaced the ugly blue carpet, with a nicer looking graphite color. I also changed the color of all the interior plastics to graphite too. I recovered the headliner and speaker covers. Added the power options that the car didn't come with from the factory ie. power windows/mirrors.
I've now moved to the exterior, and adding the 91/92 style GFX. The car originally didn't have any GFX, so this will really make it look nicer.

Custom stuff that I've done

Converting all exterior turn/brake lights to LED.
Complete conversion to LED, over a 1000 LEDs soldered into place.
See my Carlog for more details.
Audio System:

1. Custom made sub box.
2. Hidden amps
3. Custom made kickpods
4. Custom made bezel to house a double din head unit.
See Carlog for more details.!

I have also written two DIY tutorials on how to build kickpods, and also creating the bezel for the double din.

LED Instrument cluster
Stock dash lighting is terrible, using LED strips I customized the back lighting giving making the dash look great.

The stock halogen lighting is worthless on these cars, so I've installed Bi-Xenon HIDs. These have improved night time driving tremendously.

Car of the Day winner ()

Upgrading the Audio PT9 - Finally getting close!


Stopped by the Pick Quick today

Cars and Girls

Finally getting some stuff fixed


Ghetto ride has been entered in a virtual car show. We need your votes today!

Cars and Girls

Optimum FerreX wheel cleaner

Wheel & Tire Care

Anyone still using Drivn? Comment if you are.


Time for a Battery

Batteries & Power

Does the Car of the Day section of the site work for anyone else?


Upgrading the Audio PT8 - It fits!


Updating the Audio PT7 - Testing the software