Our latest fan showcase features Vic Crossman’s one-of-a-kind Scion XB. With the news that Toyota is pulling the plug on the Scion brand, once and for all, it’s a pleasure to reminisce the great cars that Scion brought to the table. From stock to Crimson Pirate the modifications Vic’s xB has to offer are worth the read.
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Name: Vic Crossman
Location: New Port Richey, FL
Car: 2015 Scion xB
Name of Build: Crimson Pirate
Dream Car: 1986 Buick Grand National
About the Build:
I have been in and out of the car scene since the late ’80s, having customized several cars. 1979 Ford Fairmont Futura, 1985 Ford EXP, 2004 PT Cruiser, and now the 2015 Scion xB.
The Scion xB kinda fell in my lap. My mother-in-law found out she had stage 4 lung cancer, she decided to buy my son a brand new car, fully paid off, so he could concentrate on school and not have to worry about the car. She passed away 6 months later. My son decided he needed to break from that car due to the memories. He purchased a Toyota 4Runner for himself and gave me the xB. It was totally stock.
I caught the mod bug from some of his (and my) friends with xBs and away I went! There is so much more planned for this ride, and I am really enjoying the build, and the attention it is getting already.
- Custom black suede headliner and door pillars
- Custom Pirate grenade shift knob
- Avenue black on black steering wheel with NRg quick release
- LED interior lighting
- Custom vinyl stripes in Graphite Metallic with New Gold accent stripes on the outer edges.
- Custom mesh grills
- 19″ Axe EX-12 Silver polished wheels
- HIC vent shades
- EZ Lip Pro on front bumper
- LED Headlights
- Tanabe DF-210 lowering springs
BEFORE (WITHOUT EZ LIP):
AFTER (WITH EZ LIP):
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