In the extra cab went a subwoofer enclosure encased in gray tweed and blue Plexiglas, then stuffed with four Ample Audio 12-inch low frequency sound pounders. Chris made the door panels into a blue flame and gray tweed sandwich while smoothing the dash, adding tweed to the dash pad, and building a custom center console. Mid and high notes are reproduced through additional Ample Audio separates mounted in kick panels. A Sony headunit rocks the system, and a Sony Playstation 2 creates visionary fulfillment through three Ample Audio screens. Two monitors reside in the visors, and one is in the dash. A Grant steering wheel finishes things off inside the Toy.
All together, Gregory utilized some talented people in his home area. People that Gregory would like to thank include Matt McCall, Chris Robbins, Wayne Moore, Marv Action, Greg and Tony Fea, Beezer, The Wax Shop, Ample Audio, and Sandi King. Gregory built this truck to drive, and drive it he does. Rain or shine, he finds time to drag his way to a colorful commute from home and work and still manages to garner deserved attention with trophies consisting of Best Paint, Best Interior, and the coveted Best of Show. So forget what we said about subtle and classy and going unnoticed. Just head for the kind of attention that can only come from a kick in the mouth.