Well, I like cars, and I like stereos. Most of my money goes into making my cars faster, handle better, and tackle rougher terrain. But some of it goes to car audio too, cause I like to listen to music while doing that other stuff.
Currently, I have...
A 99 Toyota Land Cruiser, with an audio system assembled from the local classifieds section. It has factory 6.5 in the doors (those need to go), a Sony double din head unit, a kicker 4 channel amp, a kicker mono amp, and a kicker 12" sub in a custom box of my own design. This is the wife's car and general adventure desert mountain mobile. For a super budget setup, it actually sounds pretty decent.
An 89 Porsche 944 Turbo, and the factory 10 speaker stereo has had the head unit replaced with a Pioneer x9500bhs head unit. The speakers had some wasted surrounds on the mids, so ripping into it as we speak. Going to have an Alpine mrv f505 amp, some Alpine spr 136a 5.25 components up front, and I haven't figured out the rest. All that stuff came with other cars, or was grabbed from parts cars, so $0 outlay so far. Needs a nice set of 6.5 comps for the rear, and a subwoofer of some sort. This car is fast, and needs some tunes to match.
A 95 BMW 540i 6spd manual, and the big alpine mrv f505 currently resides in the trunk feeding some 6x9 that someone bastardized into the rear shelf, and a 8" JL slim sub box. Pioneer deh x6700bt head unit provides the tunes. This car is my daily driver, and I love it!
I like to ski, camp, and generally road trip around and explore the moutain West. I have done a lot of mechanical and cosmetic restorations on cars, mainly old BMW, Porsche and Land Cruiser.