Inside the cabin is where the real insanity begins. Jumping into this machine reveals a cave of total creativity and craftsmanship, beyond all limits. With Cardenal Car Stereo of Glendale, Arizona, in charge of Justin's truck, the crew decided to make this truck one to remember. Removing the entire interior, from the carpet to the headliner, the team at Cardenal brought out the tape measures, mixed up some fiberglass, and went to work on a system and interior that is borderline proof of a mental illness. Flush-fit into the dash is a 12-inch AcceleVision monitor controlled by a Clarion 7-inch all-in-one unit DVD player sending signals to seven other screens. The largest of nine monitors, a 22-inch AcceleVision, is mounted in the custom and killer full-fiberglass headliner, which we'll get back to in a minute. Monitors can also be found in the front headrests, sunvisors, and even the outside rearview mirrors.
Providing some bump to the video are four JL Audio 10-inch W7 subs and two 12-inch W7 subs. Powering all of this earth-shattering bass are four PPI amps painted to match the interior, and highs can be heard screaming out of MB Quart components in each door. Completing all of this sound is automotive artistry at its finest. From the full-length center console housing the subs to the painted dash, to the unbelievable one-piece headliner, the fiberglass work and paint is phenomenal. Covering each fiberglass piece is Kandy Brandy paint with simply sick airbrush art. Billet adorns the Crew Cab as well with door panel plates, billet pedal covers, and a flamed Trenz steering wheel with a Caddy instrument cluster. Finishing off the interior is an alien skull protruding out of the fiberglass console, ensuring guests are welcomed with a feeling of losing their minds.
Drivetrain mods were minimal, since the factory 8.1L Vortec provides plenty of punch for the lifted Crew Cab, and after all, with an interior as wild as Justin's, cruising is all we would want to do in the first place. Speaking of first place, we think trophies will be flying in Justin's direction pretty easily, and with the goal to be the first Crew Cab rolling on 49s, we say congratulations. However, completing his goal was not easy, hence Justin thanks his wife, son, brother, mom, dad, friends, and sponsors.