With the use of this harness, I was able to retain the factory backup camera and all of the other features of the vehicle.
The owner can now utilize her Apple Carplay or AndroidAuto to get Pandora, Spotify and much more!
So I'd just barely installed this system in a clients Toyota 4Runner.....but she needed to upgrade shortly after that...luckily her new Chevy Traverse could be upgraded as well....so I pulled the Kenwood unit and installed it in her new SUV.
With the use of this harness, I was able to retain the factory backup camera and all of the other features of the vehicle.
The owner can now utilize her Apple Carplay or AndroidAuto to get Pandora, Spotify and much more!
This one was another team effort between Ryan and I....and unfortunately someone (not naming names....but it doesn't start with a 'T') forgot to take before/after pics of the truck fully finished......actually...the customer is supposed to come back for some adjustments and we'll snag pics and upload them here later.
Here is what we did:
ZONE leveling kit
FabFour Front and Rear Bumpers
30" Baja Designs S8 Light Bar
Echomaster GM Specific Front Camera
Pac-Audio GM-specific Video Integration Module
The bumpers on this one were a fun one.....the rear bumper wasn't too bad, went on with minimal issues.
The front, however, needed to have the factory bumper/fascia trimmed to manufacturer specifications.....which we did meticulously....and after we bolted the bumper on, we noticed their measurements and bumper were OFF. Normally we don't point fingers....but after measuring the bumper, we noticed it was tweaked a bit......nothing noticeable to the average Joe (sorry Joe, your mum gave you that name and now everyone uses you to compare to normalcy).....but when mated up with the factory fascia lines, it was off about 1/4".....so after continuous tweaking and fitment, we got the bumper to fit as best as possible and the customer was stoked with it.
We also tinted the windows all around to give the owner a sense of cover....as well as block harmful UV rays.
The front camera integration wasn't a big deal now that we've done a few of these modules...they are SUPER nice and really highly un-used as far as the the full capabilities of them.....but for this purpose, they are the perfect match.
The owner now has factory backup camera and can easily access the front camera with the touch of a button.....if that's too much work, this module integrates with the factory speed sensors and when he's going 10 mph or slower, the front camera kicks on to show objects that may not be seen from the drivers position.....super slick.
In the future, the owner can add side blind-spot cameras and they can be activated via button or turn-signals....
Client brought in her car after she was told it would be near impossible to replace her factory headunit.
After some mild research I deemed it possible and went to work.
Install this nice Pioneer MVH-2300NEX headunit with a backup camera, Bluetooth and touchscreen controls. The Pioneer unit is a Mechless unit since she no longer uses CDs and provides her with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto if she wants to fully immerse herself and her phone into the dash.
All of this was installed just hours before she needed to leave on a long roadtrip....which is the reason we upgraded the unit since her old one had issues to begin with.
Good buddy of mine brought his massive truck back in for an audio upgrade.
It was at this moment that a budget was set and I made a decision......to give up on a dream I'd had for a long time......to stuff an 800w shallow mount woofer behind the seat of Earl Grey!
My 'personal' demo audio system has evolved over the years.....meaning, I'd purchased a full system with new products back in 2011 with all good intentions....then years passed without time to redo the interior of my truck the proper way.....so things sat. As time when on, New and Innovated products were released and made my BRAND NEW In Box products seem lame!
So I've sold and purchased a few different systems over the years....that eventually just sit and collect dust in my parts room.
Well....this was the most recent rendition of my demo system.....a Digital Designs SL710 Shallow Mount 10" 800w subwoofer with a Digital Designs D5.1000 5 Channel Amplifier.
When the owner told me of his plans.....to upgrade the audio system with a 5 channel amp and subwoofer first..then add speakers next, I thought it was time to upgrade my future system. So I gave in.....and he's glad I did.
I crammed that beast under the rear seat with plenty of breathing room It's going to put out over 100 watts RMS to his future door speakers...and around 800 watts RMS to that beast of a 10" shallow mount stuffed behind his seat in the nice SPL Ported truck box. It's a bit bigger than most shallow mount boxes, but I wanted that sub to have ALL the airspace it could handle.....1.35 Cu. Ft. seemed plenty :-D
Also on the docket.....we'll be installing a new Goose Neck Flip Ball in the bed (since a local dealership couldn't figure it out) and he didn't want to struggle looking at where he was backing up to.
We I fabricated a custom bracket to allow me to install a small camera up in the 3rd brake light area and wired it up to a brand new rear view mirror with built in 3.5" screen. It'll trigger automagically when placed in reverse so now he can see the bed AND behind him with dual backup cameras!
This truck isn't don't being modified....look at for more from us!
Local Dealership brought in this 2014 Dodge Ram that needed a backup camera added, as well as a factory-looking Remote Start unit.
Originally we were going to do a rear-view mirror with a built-in screen....but after some investigation, the factory mirror had 2 mic's built into it, as well as a few other items....so that's a No-Go.
PAC-AUDIO to the rescue. Used their Back-up camera interface unit that allowed us to tap into the factory 5" screen and made it function just as intended and like it came from the factory.
Then we put in our Omega remote start module that integrates into the truck without knowing it wasn't there in the first place!
Return Client brought his Toyota Tundra back for some more upgrades.
First round we just installed some new headlights with our Elite HID System....this time he wanted even MORE lighting and some gnarly new tech inside of the cab.
First things first.....exterior lighting upgrade!
The owner had already replaced the lower fog lights with the Morimoto LED Pods....which are fine for most...but he wanted more, so we swapped those out for the Baja Designs Squadron Sport Wide Cornering pods with custom bezels to make them look OEM and fit the curvature of the truck's bumper.
Next, we shoe-horned in a 30" Baja Designs S8 Spot/Flood Combo bar and tied in the Parking Light Circuit to the S8's Amber Accent lights.
The Foglights are wired into the factory fog switch, so that operates normal.
The S8 bar is wired into a newly added 'Zombie Light' switch that takes the place of a dummy switch in the lower Left Hand side area near the factory light adjustments and other switches. The new switch is wired into the factory lighting circuit so you can find it at night to activate 'holy hell' lighting mode.
While I was messing around with the lights, I installed a Front Facing camera in the OEM Toyota logo.
Moving on to the interior, the old headunit had all the bells and whistles anyone might want.....but this replacement beats the crap out of it.........because....well, it's Tesla inspired!
Here we've got a 12.1" Tesla-ish screen that entirely replaces the existing headunit AND HVAC system.
Normally I'm not too into these units, because they use older Android software and don't integrate very well.
This one is a game changer.
It fully integrates and replaces every feature on the truck and adds a ton of new ones. As you can see with the pics I took, here are just SOME of the features:
I also added a qI wireless charging pad in his center console....he supplied the unit, which works just fine; but we offer a whole line of vehicle-specific units that fit flawlessly into your vehicle without knowing it wasn't stock/OEM.
This unit is something else.....I'll report back in a while on this post to see what the customer thinks after a few weeks of use......but this unit can be installed in multiple vehicles, different makes/models with more added all the time...so hit me up if this is something you'd like.
Buddy of ours brought in his Ford F350 for an Audio Upgrade.
This beast previously had a system in it, but twas out-dated.
Here is what this clean truck got:
Pioneer AVH-3300NEX w/ Bypass, Bluetooth and Android Auto/Apple CarPlay
Overhead Video (Customer Supplied)
Client dropped by randomly to see if I could help him get his stereo working.
He purchased everything needed but didn't feel comfortable wiring everything up....my specialty!
After a few minutes behind the soldering gun, she was ready to fire up and perform.
His Jeep Grand Cherokee had the nice Navigation system in it, but it was DOA when he bought it.....so we yanked that out, retained the steering wheel controls and added a backup camera as well.
I was actually quite surprised by how well this unit look.
The controls were a bit slow, which is to be expected for a BOSS headunit....but the navigation was smooth and the screen was one of the best I've seen, especially when you engage the backup camera...it was very very sharp and crisp.
Return client brought in his Dodge Ram for a fix to an unexpected solution!
Someone broke into his truck and jacked his stereo he had.....so he used that as an excuse to splurge and get an even better unit!
He went with the Kenwood Excelon DDS9903S touchscreen unit with full Android Auto and Apple Car play, as well as Bluetooth, Aux and USB inputs.
He went the extra mile and added iDataLink's Maestro RR module so that he can monitor certain OEM inputs from his Ram....such as RPMs, Boost, Temperatures (multiple), MPH and even Door-Open Sensors....pretty gnarly.
I also installed an Echo-Master Back-up Camera as well.
Pretty neat to use the Maestro + Kenwood pairing....super slick!
Have you ever wanted to cram sooooo many electronics into your vehicle...almost doubling the 'worth' of it?
I know right? So have I!!
This 2016 Subaru Crosstrek owner felt the same way.....kinda.
Here is how the e-mail read: "I want a WiFi Enabled Touchscreen stereo...witht he works."
After a few back and forth emails, we determined that "The Works" literally means anything and everything Trax Customs can do Electronically.
SO Here is what I installed in this otherwise incognito vehicle:
Kenwood DNN992 Navigation, BT, WiFi, Touchscreen, DVD Multimedia Stereo
Arc Audio XDi1100.1 5 Channel Amplifier
Arc Audio XDI 6.2 Component Speakers (Front Doors)
Arc Audio XDi 602 Coaxial Speakers (Rear Doors)
Arc Audio Arc-10 10" Subwoofer
Custom Fiberglass 10" Subwoofer Box
Stinger Professional Noise Reduction Throughout
K40 RL360i Professional Radar and Laser Defense
Brandmotion 360 Degree Camera System
EchoMaster Rear Side Collision Detection System
The biggest hurdle here was the owner wasn't 100% certain what she was getting into....mainly when she saw the subwoofer box I had gotten here....a small ported 10" wooden box. That wouldn't work because she needed the cargo room in the rear....so, I didn't want to NOT install a woofer, so I opted to custom fabricate her a fiberglass box in the rear passenger cargo area. Tape, Wood, Resin, and fabric helped construct this box and I was able to only take up 2" of actual usable cargo space while getting .67 cubic feet of airspace for this Arc sub to perform at optimal performance...and it sure does get down and dirty. It was covered in Black Carpet and secured to the OEM panel it covered up.
I installed the 5 channel amplifier under the passenger front seat and this allowed plenty for room to fit all the necessary wires easily for future maintenance if needed....with plenty of clearance under the seat.
Once the amp was installed, I ran new wires from there to each door, into the door jams and to the new speaker locations...which replaced the stock speakers.
I then applied Noise Reduction material on the External layer of door then sealed up the 'service holes' on the inner door skins and sealed those up.....creating a box to product plenty of midbass front and rear.
The front dash speakers were replaced with the ARc 602 component tweeters and I fabricated adapter plates to mount to the OEM location/bolts. The crossovers had a nice place to rest in the front footwell area...which allows for easy maintenance if needed. All wires were Tesa-taped for an OEM look and noise reduction as well.
The Kenwood unit was a pretty extensive unit to install.
It has built-in Navigation, so an external navigation antenna was ran.
The WiFi dongle and an additional USB port was ran into the glove box.
The OEM USB Input and Aux Input were Retained in the center console.
The OEM Steering Wheel controls were all Retained and function as they did before.
The Bluetooth Unit was installed in the upper driver pillar for hands-free operation.
The 'Speak-to-Talk/Text' button was installed near the drivers Left Hand for ease of use.
The Satellite Radio Module was ran and installed next to the GPS antenna.
The Rear and Front camera inputs were utilized with the 360 degree system, later explained.
REAR SIDE COLLISION AVOIDANCE SYSTEM
This was a fairly simple addition...since I was already removing the bumper for the rear radar system.
This system uses 2 sensors that attach to the rear bumper and detect anything close once the vehicle is moving. I placed the 2 visual indicators in the front A Pillars where the side mirrors are located so they'll be visible when turning or changing lanes. They indicators will light up whenever it detects objects in the rear and the speaker will audibly beep if your turn signals are activated (turning or changing lanes)....very useful and can be added to any vehicle.
360 DEGREE CAMERA SYSTEM
This was a fun one...I've wanted to do a system like this for years since I first saw it at SEMA. It utilizes a Front, Rear and 2 side cameras...then can 'stitch' them together to form a 'top' image for precise parking.
The Rear camera will come on when the vehicle is placed in Reverse; but it will also show the 360 image as well.
Then, at the press of a button on the Kenwood unit AND the wired controller in the center console, the driver can monitor each camera separately as needed, while driving. The most useful will be the Front camera while in motion so you don't hit curbs or anything.....but this can be very useful when parking.
The main brain was installed under the driver seat along with all other sensors with this build.
K40 Radar and Laser Defense
This right here ladies and gents is ONE BAD Mamajama!
This Subi has a Front and Rear Hidden Radar receiver that can detect X, K, KA and many other radar signals from miles away and alert you Audibly and Visually.
The front recieved 2 Laser Jammers as well...that I Frenched-into the front grill.
I placed the 2 Visual LED Indicators into the Rear-View Mirror, behind the mirror...so it's completely hidden out of sight.
The RL360i controller was tucked into a nice OEM appearance next to the dimmer switch on the dash for easy use whilst driving; but looks OEM enough that you'd never suspect it as an aftermarket Radar/Laser defense mechanism.
The speaker and brain was installed under the driver seat.
All-in-All this was a massive project...not like a full-vehicle build...but with the amount of wires going into this and how much more tech is thrown into this Subi.....it makes for an interesting ride, that's for sure.
The Noise Reduction makes you feel like your in a Caddy, the Sound...well that can't be replicated by ANY OEM Manufacturer...the 360 and Rear Collision Systems are something most newer vehicles come with...but the Radar system is something that will more than likely never be offered by OEM ever.....so this Subi will be incognito on the road...which was the point, but the owner will have a smile on her face for years to come!!
Local Uber driver needed some electronic upgrades so he can provide a safer ride for his clients as well as some insurance for him.
There were a few issues with this setup when the client brought the vehicle in:
Existing HIDs someone else 'installed' were malfunctioning and owner had to bypass them, nearly burning down the vehicle.
Wire strung up everywhere with Amazon DVR add-on kits and police-inspired strobe lights strung up everywhere.
Hit up Trax Customs for the integrated, OEM look.
I fully rewired a new Morimoto 35w 6000k HID system with proper modules for MOPAR vehicles like this car....which most installers don't understand.
While I had the headlights taken out, I also installed some high powered Strobe Modules in the turn-signal area.....it's actually quite difficult to capture the strobe light features with pictures...but they are in there and they are bright!
I also wired in some strobe lights into the rear backup light housings....again, very bright, very noticeable. Biggest thing here....NO wires are seen anywhere...so it's an integrated look and feel, yet highly aftermarket and not cheesy looking.
After that, I installed EchoMasters DVR/Camera/Mirror combo, replacing the OEM mirror......now he's got Back-up Camera when he slams it into reverse, regular mirror features and the added bonus of a built in mirror DVR....all of which you'd never know was installed, because it appears OEM.
Now that's how you upgrade something without letting others know you've done any work to the vehicle.
Had some new clients bring in their massive Camper/Truck for some upgrades right before their bomber-trip to go pick up their new boat they purchased 3/4s the way across the United States....and we only had a few days to bust it out for them.
They've owned this setup for over 6 years, and throughout that time, they have had some issues with the existing equipment that was wired into it.
Rear Add-A-Bag Air Suspension with Manual Tee Fill-up
OEM Satellite Radio (never got reception due to Camper)
Backup-Camera that Never worked
On-Board Air-Lift Heavy Duty Compressor with Automagical Fill
Pioneer Bluetooth Touchscreen Multi-Media Unit in-dash
Backup Camera wired on TOP of Rear camper for Boat Monitoring
Satellite Radio Antenna wired on TOP of Camper
So....as you can imagine, the backup camera and sat radio antenna had to be re-wired and lengthened due to the massiveness of this beast....so I had to extend each cable (which sucks because they are both sensitive cables to begin with) and then fought the battle fishing these wires from atop the Camper, through existing-ish channels inside the camper, then underneath the beast all the way to the front.
There were plenty of curse words used and plenty of blood drawn....but we finally got it wired up.
Customer had all his Auxiliary Switches un-used from factory, so I tapped into Switch #4, since it's the least amp output, so now he can turn on his rear camera whenever he wants....super convenient.
The Sat radio now has no issues connection because it's the highest thing on the vehicle with no obstructions.
The new Pioneer unit gives them multiple inputs, including Bluetooth, Auxiliary and USB....so their roadtrips will be full of music and books-on-tape.
The Air Lift compressor upgrade went smoothly as well....the old system was antiquated and was super inconvenient for the owner....now at the press of a button, he can raise or lower the rear whenever he wants. We installed the gauge and remote fill buttons in the center console/dash area.
This was a bomber install, as we only had a week to get parts and install before they left....but also, both Ryan and myself were leaving town a few days before these owners left as well....so we busted it out and everyone was happy!
Clients found us online and thought they'd give us a try because of our stellar online ranking.
They were relieved to see we stood up to what others have already known.
First project was a 98 Ford F250 Diesel truck.
Had an existing Pioneer Premier headunit installed but everything else just wasn't up to snuff....and the pioneer was showing it's age.
So I replaced it with a 7" Fold-out DVD player with BT, USB and Backup Camera for when he hooks up to his RV.
Then I replaced the front OEM speakers with Memphis Audio 5x7 Speakers and Rear JVC 6x9s in Custom Bedliner Boxes....with enough wire so they can be relocated outside of the truck if the couple wasn't to jam out to some tunes outside of the truck.
Next up after that was the RV aforementioned above.
It had a very dated AM/FM/Cassette receiver powering some old 6.5" ceiling mount speakers.
I replaced all the speakers with Pioneer Marine speakers and fabricated a new face plate to house the new Pioneer BT/Aux/USB headunit. Now they have plenty of inputs and power to have a party anytime/anywhere.
Client brought in his 2002 BMW M3 convertible for an audio upgrade.
He had done some extensive research and found this unit that looks VERY OEM but has all the newest and best goodies.
It's an Eonon Android-based touchscreen unit that is running Nougat....which is the newest Android release.
It has Steering Wheel Controls built in, Bluetooth integration, WiFi compatibility and GPS Navigation...among other features....since you can simply download more apps to have on your dash.
On top of those features, I added a backup camera as well.
This install was pretty seamless once everything was ran....the hardest part was snaking that massive wire extension through the car.......ze germans did not give you any room to add any more wiring on this thing....so that was a joy....and my hands are still scared up from losing/winning that battle!
Client brought in some parts he recieved as an early Christmas gift and we knocked out the install in time for actual Christmas.
We installed the Lock Pick device onto the OEM radio...this allows the user up to 4 different camera inputs....in which we'll only be using 2 of them....Front and Rear.
The Rear camera was installed using the supplied bracket....this may remain, this may change.....the owner has yet to fully decide.
The Front camera was flush mounted into the front valence and provides the owner with the ability to park as closely as possible to walls/structures without hitting them.
All of this is controlled over the OEM radios touchscreen; which is a nice addition to the interior of the Jeep
Had a good buddy from High School call me up wanting some custom sound for this truck.....only problem was that he lives in North Dakota.....issues solved when we had our 10 yr class reunion coming up....so we made a plan....here is what was installed:
Clarion NZ503 Flip-Out Touchscreen Navigation Bluetooth Headunit
Clarion CC510 Backup Camera
Clarion iPhone Lighting cable adapter
Digital Designs SS5 5 Channel Amp 125x4 and 850x1
Digital Designs 10" 610 Series Redline Subwoofers
Digital Designs 6.5" BC Series Audiophile Components Speakers
Digital Designs 6.5" Coaxial Speakers
Custom Built Dual 10" Downfiring Sub Box
BUNCH of Sound Deadening
Dual battery install
Big 3 Wiring Upgrade
This system sounded VERY good, nice low end thump with these new Redline subwoofers and the BC components had a VERY distinct sound to them, even with the horrible OEM locations in the Chevy.
Good Friend of mine brought his Wrangler in for some electronic upgrades....here is what was on the upgrade list:
Airaid Cold Air Intake
JVC Touchscreen Bluetooth Multimedia Player Headunit
Arc Audio 5 channel Amp
Arc Audio 6.5" Components Up Front
Arc Audio 6.5" Coaxials Up Top in the OEM Sound Bar
Digital Design 12" Loaded M-Series Woofer in Ported Box
BrandMotions Jeep Specific Backup Camera....perfect fit
A buddy brought in his friend for some audio and visual upgrades to his 2013 Hyundai Sonata.
We went with the Pioneer Avic-Z150BH for DVD, CD, MP3, Bluetooth, Backup Camera, Navigation, Steering Wheel controls and HD Radio.
Retained the OEM Steering wheel controls
Installed a backup camera
Then I added some Morimoto HIDs to his OEM Projector Headlights
Hope this one will come back for some custom headlights down the road :)
Had a repeat customer bring his RAV4 back in this weekend.
First round we did a Digital Media Deck with backup camera and new JL Components up front and coaxials in the rear.
The sound was....MEH.....and the deck was a pretty horrid attempt at a digital media player...but it worked....for a bit.
Round 2, customer wanted better sound, and fully amplified was the only way to go.
We nuked the deck and went with a basic deck that gave him front access to the USB and Aux inputs. This did away with the backup camera screen, so we added and over-head screen to see when in reverse.
We amplified the already good speakers with a Kenwood 4 channel amp and pumped up the bass with a JL Audio 500 watt mono amp powering a ported 8" JL woofer.
All in all, the customer was happy, the highs were high and the lows were low.....a good install on labor day weekend!
Return Client finally got his Japan-Special back-up camera from overseas....with little hope that it'd work (mainly because of how inexpensive it was), he needed it put in.
I liked the design of the camera; it replaced the OEM license plate light lens and added the drop-down camera. Installation of the actual camera was a TIGHT fit, but it worked very well once done. Only a little bit of the bumper shows since it's a very tight tolerance.
Image output is what I'd expect from a standard backup camera and made the 6.5" Pioneer screen look very good once placed in Reverse.
Customer was stoked that it actually worked.....i was stoked with the cari
Client brought in her 2007 Toyota Sequoia for a full swap of the electrical system.
Here is what I installed:
Sony XAV-701HD Multimedia DVD Player with Pandora, HD Radio, Bluetooth and much more
Generic Backup Camera, mounted by towing receiver
Steering Wheel Integration Module for a seamless installation
What's being installed:
JVC Navigation, Bluetooth, DVD Player with Sat Radio and Backup Camera
Digital Designs CM1000 Mono Block Amplifier
Digital Designs 10" 500 Series Woofers in a sealed down firing truck box
Custom Hydro-Dipped Interior Accent Panels
Projector Retrofitted Headlights All Gloss Black
Gatling Gun Version 2 Shrouds, Dipped to match interior Panels
Bi-Xenon Projectors for High/Low HID Lights
Red Demon Eye Accent Lighting
Super White LED Halos behind shroud for Iron Man V2 look
All Accent lights on custom switches
HID Fog Lights
Started this project a week ago, but due to the simple fact that it wouldn't fit in the shop, I only had a few hours a night to work on this before I lost daylight.
First thing was first, I needed to pop the headlights open so I could get them to the owner for paint, as well as all the parts to Hydro Dip to get them dipped.
This project was made even more difficult because....well.....it's a Dodge. Mopar electrical systems straight up suck....anyone that mods them will say the same.
All these electronics added, especially the lighting upgrades, had to be bullet-proof, or Dodge would let you know and have them not work properly.
This truck was recently purchased about 3 weeks ago, and it looked nothing like it did when I got it....now that I'm done, it's even THAT much more noticeable. You'll be sure to break ya' neck when this thing drives by.
Other Mods the owner has done in 3 short weeks:
Painted all chrome bumpers either body match or black
Custom Made 22" Rims with 38" Toyo Tires
Just got two new step bits....and I'm excited!!!
The 5th one from the Left is the biggest one I've had for about the last 5 years....so ya
Backup cameras just got THAT much easier to install!!
So Ryan left over the weekend...which allowed me to have the truck.
Round 1 of installs went like this:
JVC DVD/Navigation/HD Radio/Bluetooth/USB Reciever
Bluetooth Mic installed in Gauge Cluster (so you don't look like you are yelling at the top of your windshield)
Satellite Radio installed to reciever
Backup Camera installed near hitch reciever.
Ryan has previously been painting EVERYTHING on his truck two-toned black (new limo black, that has some candy in it). So the middle console area was taped off and painted as well.
So Ryan the Painter (read with the theme of Bob the Builder in your head) has been busy on his truck....and is finally ready for some Trax love (minus the headlights we did).
I've ordered a JVC Navigation DVD player that's going to have SD, iPod, and Aux inputs, Navigation, Back up Camera, HD Radio and Satellite Radio installed. Round 1.
Round 2 will consist of a rhino lined/sealed box with dual 10" Memphis subs getting a healthy 300 watts RMS each...so that should take care of the low end.
For now, he's been painting all the interior parts to match his freshly painted two-toned exterior!!
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