Here is the complete updated thread of all mods made to the car.
First a little story of how I came to get my G6 GXP. I had a G5 GT and wanted a G6 GXP, but I couldn't afford it at the time. I was driving by the dealer where I bought the G5 and saw a white G6 GXP parked behind the dealer. So curious as I was I stopped and asked if I could see it.
Low and behold It was a brand new 2009 G6 GXP that one of the dealers employee's had wrecked. Nothing bad just cosmetic body damage. They had side swipped a street sign down the passenger side of the car. Couple pics.
A closer up at the worst part
So being the awesome negotiator that I am I asked them if it was still for sale. At first they said no, that they were going to get it fixed then sell it for a discounted price. But I told them that I'd take it off their hands and they wouldn't have to file a insurance claim on it. So they said ok and offered it to me for $19,000. I got them down to $16,250 and became the proud owner of new G6 GXP. After $2,000 at my body shop I had a brand new G6 GXP with no accident or history of body work on a carfax (because it was never turned into insurance) all for only $18,250. Here is a pic the day it was finished!
The only remaining damage from the accident is this rim which Pontiac wanted a huge amount of money for a new one, and I figured I was just going to get new rims anyways so I left it.
The first mod I did to the car was seat covers and a steering wheel cover. But there not important enough to show pics of. The first notable thing I did was add a hammerhead spoiler! Because I bought the car the way I did I didn't get to order it the way I would have had it.
I have removed the dealer sticker since these pictures were taken. Next I took the GXP logos off the side of the car. But left the one on the trunk! Then I added a Pontiac decal across the back window!
I wanted a large Pontiac decal, but I didn't want it to be overbearing so I put it on the back instead of across the windshield.
Then I added a new GXP emblem inside the car on the dash board, so every passenger in my knew they were in a GXP!