Tiarra Custom Delta 88 Mo Holland Edition on 2040-cars
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Engine:455 big block
For Sale By:Private Seller
Number of Cylinders: 8
Drive Type: Auto
Options: Leather Seats, CD Player, Convertible
Power Options: Air Conditioning, Power Windows
Exterior Color: Blue
Interior Color: Black
This car started out as a custom West Coast Customs car for the famous Quinton Dodsen from the show Pimp My Ride. After years of driving it as his daily driver he sold it to me to restore this car to its former glory. Over the last 8 months heres what has been done.
The complete exterior was taken down and re-done. It was finished in a 3 stage high end Lamborgini Blue Pearl paint with 3 Coats of PPG clear. It was color sanded and buffed with 3000 grit to assure a nice flat deep finish. The 3 Piece 22x11 Custom Savini wheels were also finished in the same blue to match the car. The door handles were shaved along with the trunk to give a really nice look to the car. I also partnered with Tiarra Grilles here in Las Vegas to bring the first Old School Convertible to not only have triple weave grilles on the front end but also the worlds first Tiarra Edition Interior built by Mo Holland Designs Las Vegas.
The interior features all custom door panels, seats, dash etc and no expense was spared. Everything has been done tastefully and to a very high standard. The front seats feature Tiarra Badging custom painted to match the exterior with double stitching on perforated inserts, suede bolsters with French stitch on the edges. LED lighting was also added for a really nice ambiance during those night time cruises with the top down. The Trunk was also custom built with highend materials to match the interior
The motor was done by previous owner and since I have owned it about 1000 miles have been put on the car. I have driven this car in 115 degree heat this summer with no issues. The A/C works but does need to be hooked up through vents as it only blows through defrost on top of the dash. It is fully charged and ice cold.
In closing, there is over 30k put into this car and I don't expect to get that much for the car but I know what its worth. I already have a slot at Russo Steele auction next Saturday in Vegas so if it doesn't sell prior to then It will be gone for sure. Please bid with confidence as I have sold over 20 cars over the years and I have a perfect feedback
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