Fidel Valencia got started in the car scene to get attention. “I tried to push it to the next level and do different things that haven’t been done before in order to get all eyes on me,” says Fidel. “Growing up I looked at Lowrider Magazine and I said that ‘this is what I want to be.’” He looked at several car features and took from them what he liked and added a few of his own touches. “My Chrysler is the first fully custom 2011 Chrysler 300. I tried to make it look original so that you wouldn’t notice everything at first glance, but once people saw all the features, they could be able to admire all the stuff that was done to it.” Sick Fabrications out of Corona, CA., installed the Viair air suspension set up. Super Stereo out in Fresno, CA., installed the Kicker L7’s subwoofers and Kicker ZX 1000.1 amps. Since the car came with a stock 8.4-inch touch screen, Fidel decided to leave it alone. The stock paint was black with a blue pearl in it, and Fidel had Pelon Pinstriping out of Escondido, CA., sand it down and threw some more pearl and clear into it. Pelon used a House of Kolor Blue Pearl to accent the previous work and Angels Upholstery stitched together black leather, blue suede, and exotic alligator for the interior. A dual sunroof was installed and Vertical Doors modified all four doors. BF Xenon HID headlights were installed and Billet Technologies was the source used for some polished accessories he added under the hood. R1 concepts installed the bigger brake kit that stops the 24-inch Lexani wheels wrapped in Falcon rubber. Fidel would like to thank everyone that pushed him to take it this far and to everyone that supported him. By Humberto Mendoza Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!