Howard Carino - 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 3.6l V6
I have always had an admiration for SUVs because they look beefy and aggressive. The Jeep Grand Cherokees had always caught my eye especially because of the big,
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2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 3.6l V6
I am from Delano, California and I am currently a full-time student going into my last semester of my bachelor's program at the California State University of Bakersfield. I am majoring in Liberal Studies and will be a Math Teacher in the future. I am also an amateur barber and would like to attend barber school to obtain my barber’s license. My barber page on Instagram is @biggiedabarber. I like to think that I am an advanced amateur barber with professional quality work.
What got you into Cars?
I have always been into cars growing up. After watching the first Fast and the Furious movies, my love for JDM cars especially grew. Paul Walker became a hero to me and someone I looked up to. Naturally, the Nissan Skyline GTR R34 became my ultimate dream car and still is. I hope to one day own an R34, a JDM Legend. This is the first car that I bought and the first car that I have ever worked on.
Why this Car?
I have always had an admiration for SUVs because they look beefy and aggressive. The Jeep Grand Cherokees had always caught my eye especially because of the big, aggressive and sporty look. Also, it’s perfect for long drives because of the comfort of the car and the modern Technology put into it.
Driving my car is so relaxing and joyful. Driving a car that I have worked on gives me so much pride and when someone compliments my car, I get so happy. I found that working on my car and spending time with it is my outlet in life, my escape from my stressful school life.
This car is so versatile. There are so many ways you could take this car with the build. The more common way is an off-road build and there are so many parts online to help you out with this type of build. But there is also the street build where it’s more sporty and more focused on lowering the car instead of lifting it. It may seem like it yet, but I am going for more of a JDM inspired build. If you are trying to go for the same look as me, I suggest buying the right body parts first and then focus on paint or wrap. Also, buy the right offset for the wheels. The lower the offset the better because it will look way more aggressive.
What makes it Unique?
My car is a Jeep Grand Cherokee that is not lifted or a 4x4. I think that’s the first thing people will think once they see my car because most Jeeps are off-road builds but looking at my car with the orange colour shift wrap makes it stand out. Also the way I plan to build this car, not many have done with this car specifically. I plan to lower it eventually on airbag suspension.
- Anzo Headlights
- Cruxmoto tail light overlays
- Full car wrap
- Titanium Burnt exhaust tips
- Full Chrome delete
- Srt Hellcat Replica Rims
- Painted my engine bay red
- Resonator Delete
- Muffler delete
- Ironman Racing Tires
I installed the headlights as well as the tint overlays of the car. I took apart the exterior and deleted most of the chrome of the car.
I plan to convert the whole body into an SRT body and I plan to put the car on airbag suspension. I want to paint the car, Nardo Grey.
I was a founding member of a car group based in Delano, California. I am the Person In Charge, P.I.C., for Invictus. Our Instagram is @invictus__hq.The car scene/club has helped me with knowledge of cars. How to work on them to know the engine of every car. They have just given me a lot of information regarding JDM cars and cars in general.
After watching the first Fast and the Furious movies, my love for JDM cars especially grew. Paul Walker became a hero to me and someone I looked up to. Naturally, the Nissan Skyline GTR R34 became my ultimate dream car and still is.
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