Hey that's my old Legend!!!
I loved that car and it was really hard to let it go back in the mid 90's.
I bought it new in 87 from a dealer in downtown LA. Bought it for the sole purpose of winning the Car Audio Nationals championship....4 world titles later it was time to move on.
I shaved off all the emblems because I was getting tired of picking out all the wax that used to build up on them.
The window things were cool back then, like the mini-truck scene, everybody painted something on their windows. Now...not so much.
Some info on the car as I remember it:
The car was much lower when I had it, no wheel gap. Used eibachs with about a 1 - 1.5 coils cutoff. Tokico shocks.
The wheels on that car are 17" AZEVs with the inner rim/spoke painted to match the car. I had mirrored plexi bezel cut adhered to the center cap recess. The spare was a real AZEV with half of it cut out in the center to hold a space-saver tire.
All the wood is real and had it made with a custom opening to fit the Alpine 7909 flush. The cruise/radio controls volume/tracking/power on the CD player.
Had a custom small case GM alternator made for the car since there was no direct replacement ND H.O. alternator available.
The car had 2 15" subs in a Aperiodic enclosure, 2 10" midwoofers in the rear deck, 2 USD waveguide compression drivers under the dash.
I retained 90% of the original trunk, was a big deal for me.
It had a Walker muffler with custom piping made.
Before I sold it to Speaker Works, it had 3 Alpine 3545 amps...roughly 1500W for high-efficiency drivers.
Lots of cool ideas in the car for audio, like carbon fiber panels (remember this was in the late 80s - early 90s), lots of machining work for connectors, push-release/magnet panel attachments, kevlar, automatic volume lowering on vehicle turn off, safety wiring, etc.
Anyhow, thanks for the mention, this car was and is very special to me.