Traffic Jams of Duluth, Georgia, was the shop of choice to perform the interior magic. Removing the rear seats and starting on a custom sub box, Hooker Audio was asked to wire all of the new audio and video. Now cranking tunes from the lifted beast is an Alpine IVA-D900 sending signals to four Diamond Audio amps, one in each front door. This power goes to two 15-inch Diamond Audio subs in the custom enclosure along with eight pairs of Diamond Audio mids and highs. For video, an Eclipse DVD player lights up two 7-inch Accele monitors in the visors, one Alpine overhead console, and two 15-inch Accele monitors in the rear doors. Also added to the mix were four cameras, four strobe lights, and a pair of Diamond Audio 6-1/2-inch speakers in the factory taillight location. Powering all of this audio and video equipment is an Ohio Alternator and an Optima battery. Keeping everything looking great is black and yellow suede wrapped around the door panels, headliner, and speaker box. Traffic Jams finished everything off with a sweet overhead console featuring its logo in strobes.
Keeping the massive tires rolling is the factory 5.4L with a Volant intake and Gibson exhaust adding some much needed ponies. As of September, little was done to the body because of time restraints, however, we're pretty sure Justin has some plans up his sleeve for some major body mods. If you work at Tonka and you need some new ideas, take a look at this bad F-150 and start making notes, because our Tonka trucks were never this cool.