The Most Blinged Out Car Of All Time

By on January 5, 2014 in ArticlesCelebrity Cars

Pop quiz – If money was no object, what would be your ultimate dream car? Follow up question – Once you attained your dream car, would you be happy with the factory version would you customize it in any way? Obviously a big part of owning an expensive luxury dream car is getting to show it off when you drive around town, but is there such a thing as too showy? Is there such a thing as over-customized or too much bling when it comes to cars? Before you answer, take a look at this Camaro that a Tampa custom shop created for a client. It might be the most blinged out car of all time…

Tampa's 813 Customs is calling their creation the King ZL1. It was built off a standard $68,000 Camaro ZL1 convertible that had to be completely torn down and re-built from scratch for a customer who has asked to remain anonymous. After posting photos of the ZL1 on 813's facebook page, a heated debate erupted over whether this creation is beautiful or hideous. The King ZL1 interior features lots of hidden gadgets, including three 23-inch televisions that appear from the back seat with a push of a button, a Playstation console, dozens of speakers and a green leather. The exterior, in case you didn't notice is wrapped in a gold-chrome wrap. Under the hood you will find a 6.2 liter V-8 and a Whipple supercharger. Ironically, the engine and supercharger can't ever really be tested at full throttle because the car sits precariously on custom gold-plated 30-inch Forgiato Maschili rims that will likely bend at the first pothole they encounter. In total, the owner spent $100,000 creating his dream car. So what do you think? Would you drive this?

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Articles Written by Brian Warner
Prior to launching Celebrity Net Worth, Brian spent seven years as the Managing Editor of one of the largest entertainment portals on the internet. Before that, Brian attended Georgetown University where he double majored in finance and marketing. A native of Northern California, Brian currently resides in Los Angeles. Follow him on Google+.
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