Hey guys what’s going on? I am Samcrac, hope you all are doing very well out there, and, well, I want to take you over the Pizza Car. I have been disassembling pretty much the interior, I’ve got that whole drink container holder thing… completely out of the car. I’ve got most of the spare parts out of the car; I want to show you some of the magic underneath all of that stuff. But really, I thought of a lot of different ideas while I was disassembling it, and I want to get your opinion on it So here, let me take you over to the pizza car now and show you exactly what I’m talking about. So the outside of the Pizza Car is pretty much unchanged from where we last left off. It’s really the interior that has a lot of different stuff pulled from it. So here, the driver’s seat, I’ve pulled it out completely. The passenger seat, well, that wasn’t in the car from the get-go. There was a drink holder contraption here. Let me show you really quick this thing right here. This is supposedly to hold your drinks, any pizza accessories, I think like sauces, all sorts of different stuff, so it does not roll around, it’s not lost with the order, but that sits, well, it sits right here. It’s actually only bolted in by a few little things, comes out fairly simple and underneath this, which is really interesting, here’s part of the SRS system: the seat belt right here, they’ve left this all plugged in, and they just velcroed it to the floor. Look, they didn’t even attach it on this side so that it doesn’t move around, and that it’s still all wired in. Here’s our wiring here, zip tied up as to not throw an airbag light on the dashboard, and we’re gonna talk about that in our upcoming video, and we’re gonna also replace all the seatbelts and airbags and everything like that, so when we take a look in the back seat, you can see I did leave the warming box in place obviously, that thing is really kind of a hassle to move, it was kind of in the way of actually moving the driver’s seat and really the hardest part was removing the trim from this pillar because the door – this is a fixed door, remember – see this door on the passenger side, it does open and close, just like the donor car Spark same exact thing. This door was completely replaced to put the warming oven and of course, this is a fixed door. There’s no opening this. There’s not really, I’m pretty sure the majority of this is a shell of a Spark door, and then you could see the overlay here where the black trim is. This was added into the window, we can go and look from this side and see kind of how that all works. We’re going to talk more about the warming oven and how that works in a future video, but you could see back here, I’ve got a couple spare parts, I took out most of the spare parts over here to make room while I was working on the car. When I’m working on cars, I like to take the parts that I’m disassembling and leave them inside the car, so they don’t get lost. These are here temporarily, and the barn is obviously a mess so excuse that. Once I can get this car running and moving, I’m gonna drive it out and clean everything up. So regarding the rear floor, this is actually a raised rear floor. Remember, this car is supposed to be able to carry 80 pizzas, and it’s supposed to do so in a very functional fashion, so if we come and look over here we could see where the floor goes up here. The seat would mount below this new added piece. I’m guessing that this was added by Roush, and then this is where your feet would sit in the footwell area here Well, wouldn’t it be cool If I had, well, one of the only DXP cars that a individual has but also if I put a passenger seat, you know, because in the donor car over here at first I was thinking maybe I could stick the passenger seat in the back there, and then I didn’t realize the floor was raised up, but I’ve got seats for days in here, okay, and when I say seats for days I just have all the original seats, and you know with a little cleanup job, a little de-funking job, because this car is dirty and smelly, I think that this would just fit obviously flush in the passenger side here, no problem. All the mounts are still intact, this is where the seat clicks into place right here, and then it screws in right there, so I was thinking if we put the seat there we obviously don’t want to discard the cool custom holder piece, especially with those awesome insignias on the sides. You know, I think that we should take it and maybe figure out a way to mount it in the back here, where you see all my spare parts are and… then we’ve got a passenger seat, so I can give people rides in it, and it would make it maybe that much more functional, especially, because I’m not planning on doing a lot of pizza deliveries and it may be a few. So a few other quick observations when I pried this piece off here, if you guys remember, this seatbelt was tucked behind the pillar because while they remove the seat here, so this seatbelt was actually duct-taped to the pillar, remember, I told you guys that Roush likes to tape hood scoops on the Mustangs and sell them a special edition. Well, I can assure you that they have a lot of duct tape at their facility, and well, they used quite a bit of it on the DXP car. I threw most of it away. It was really kind of a well, we’ll just say an ‘okay’ job, but anyway, we’ll go to the other side here and let me show you on that side some cool stuff. One thing that this car has, and again, we’re going to talk about all the special features of the DXP car when it’s completely finished, but there’s a couple switches wired here. Things that aren’t normally on the DXP car and here you see in the pillar, this is added from Roush, this plugs in right here to the original pillar that was in the car, and it’s gonna go back in the car. I actually have it right here, and you can see they’ve added a switch to the pillar and this pillar actuates, well, the door here for the warming oven. Now all the power’s disconnected, and this switch is completely disconnected, so I can’t really do a demo of that, but if we go here and look, we could see the wiring goes all the way in here, and they’ve just tucked everything under the floor and then ran it up and this right here is likely a power inverter of some sort. Maybe you guys could tell me in the comments section. You see, it says Roush and I’m wondering does it maybe power the pizza oven. Of course, the pizza oven has the LED lights in there, I should blur this out, I’ve got a mod that I’m putting in the pizza car soon you guys can obviously see that and guess what it is now, but there’s a bunch of wiring that goes under there. And then let’s go take a look at the back of the pizza box and see where that runs into. So, it runs down up into the warming oven box and of course, if you look on the inside, there’s an LED light strip that runs across the top and that LED light strip runs 24/7 whenever I’ve had the battery plugged in, it never ever shuts off. By the way, this paintbrush right here I don’t know what this is for, but this was left in the car. Thanks, whoever left that. So, regarding the engine, transmission, the power plant of the DXP car, or the lack thereof of a power plant, we’ll come and look at it here on the donor car because it’s the same exact thing and the lighting is better. A lot of people have said you need to turbo the pizza car, it’d be so cool, or supercharge it or do a power adder, a nitrous, something, well one of the big things is this right here. This is the CVT transmission. Now, this car makes a whopping 79 horsepower and that’s according to someone in one of our live streams. I honestly haven’t even looked it up, but you can see how small this engine is. I mean, there’s my hand and there’s the engine, this is one tiny tiny engine and so 79 horsepower mated to a really really quick shifting or non shifting CVT transmission and that is a huge limiting factor in this. Transmission was made by a company called Jatco, they make a lot of the CVTs that go on Nissans and a lot of other cars that have CVTs, and this transmission, I think, is rated up to like a hundred or 120 horsepower. So yeah, I think that if we were gonna do any sort of engine modification in this car, which I don’t think would be advantageous. I mean look how small the engine compartment is here, I think it would be best left off to just do a complete engine swap. I’m pretty sure the Chevy Spark has a turbo engine choice, or you know as its Chevy Cobalt or something You know it get Cobalt SS, where you could just take the whole entire power plant, drop it in here transmission and everything, and well then you’d have a really really awesome Pizza Car that would be a little bit of fun, too. But I also do think that there is something about keeping this car original. A lot of people have talked about taking all these stickers off here, and this one is the neatest sticker… This is a high intensity reflective logo. When it’s dark out and you shine a light on this, this really reflects. This is really awesome driving down the street when it’s dark, and no, I haven’t driven this car yet for obvious reasons, but this car in its original state again remember. There’s only like a hundred and fifty of these cars, and pretty much all of them are going back to Roush and being disassembled when they’re done. So I’m really wanting to keep most of it as original as possible, but of course that doesn’t mean we’re not going to customize this Pizza Car a little bit. So, I want to hear from you guys. Right now, first things, let me know what you think about adding a passenger seat to the DXP car, do you think we should leave it as original, or do you think it’d be fun to put that in there? I really think that we can make some great videos, give some people some great ride alongs in the DXP car, you don’t want to just hear me sitting in the driver’s seat of the DXP car talking about the DXP car… that sounds like a terrible idea, but of course we want other people to check out and hang out in the DXP car. So I like the idea of the passenger’s seat, maybe give an Uber ride in the DXP car also. Let me know any sort of modifications you guys are interested in seeing. Yeah, turbo LS swap, all that sort of stuff, I’m sure we’ll see it down there, but stuff that you guys think might be fitting and, of course, is easily reversible if we want to at any time turn this back into a factory DXP car. Well guys, I really appreciate you watching this video. If you have any questions, as always, check out the description box below, it’s got my email in there, it’s got my Instagram on there, and feel free to reach out regarding really anything. If you had fun during this video and checking out all of that Roush duct tape, make sure you hit that like button. Thanks a lot for watching, and I will catch you very soon.