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CGS aires on TLC's Overhaulin' with Chip Foose
Apr 16, 2008

"This was a great opportunity for our staff to demonstrate their expertise," says Brian Horowitz, APC president. "All of the tear-down, redesign, construction, and assembly was performed in-house at our Corona, California, facility in just seven days -- start to finish. As viewers will see, it was a mad week of frenzied fabrication that resulted in a truly awesome ride." For this week's episode, the APC staff pirated a 1991 Ford Explorer, the daily transportation of a local 18-year-old woman, and modified it with smoothed-out steel bumpers, a custom fiberglass speaker enclosure, and a dynamic paint scheme of deep black over red with star graphics. A 5.5-inch Superlift kit was installed, along with BFGoodrich low-profile off-road tires, mounted on custom wheels designed by Chip Foose. The Explorer's stock Ford powerplant was enhanced with a custom Air Intake and Cat-Back Exhaust System from CGS Motorsports and twin Ultima Batteries to provide maximum road-going punch. Inside, the Explorer was transformed with four APC leather-covered bucket seats, a custom center console, and a 3,600-watt Sony Stereo System specially tuned to the "big bass" musical tastes of its owner. Simpson safety harnesses provide added protection for occasional off-roading adventures.

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