For many years, anyone with any kind of modified vehicle has had to constantly keep his eyes on the rear-view mirror and keep watch for the fuzz! The guys at GO-EZ Customs decided to flip the script once again. Now, anyone with a stock vehicle better keep both eyes wide open because GO-EZ is on patrol and taking down boring stock vehicles. GO-EZ has also unleashed a new division of the D.E.A. (Drag Enforcement Agency) task force. So when faced with these agents you better drag it like it's hot. The project came about when commander in chief of the squad, Art Gomez, decided that it was time to start "Ridin' Dirty" (not to mention right on time for this very special Ford issue). Art picked up an undercover Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor and the fun began. Original plans were to keep the vehicle stock, tint the windows and create havoc in the streets, but that idea was short lived. Those crazy guys over at Pro Hopper were just as stoked with the idea and provided the equipment that put this undercover project into perspective. This Police Interceptor was ready for a little undercover operation. A Pro Hopper G Force Series custom black and chrome kit was just the ticket. Removing the front coils was the first order of business. Next, the rear coils were removed. The dome-shaped shock towers were removed and a donut was centered and put into place. For a clean cut, a hole saw was used on the rear spring perch and sheet metal. Rear trunk cut-outs were made to include a shotgun rack. The tubing is then cut and custom bent. When doing custom installs, it's always a good idea to double-check your marks. Battery racks were welded outside of the vehicle then welded into place using Continental Gel filled batteries.Battery racks were welded outside of the vehicle then welded into place using Continental Here, Art plans out the trunk setup. Sparks fly as the welds are made. 1 | 2 | » | View Full Article By LRM Staff Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!