Making the body go POW! is a complete recolor from H&H Autobody featuring products from House of Kolor. Baby Blue Pearl was custom ordered by WCC and H&H handled the request. Tony approves. Adding to the silliness of it all is a polished billet aluminum grille insert from Trenz with some complementing shine coming from the chromed towhooks. Deepening the look in the rear of this badass Cadillac are darkened taillights from To keep prying eyes from staring down the interior, West Coast laid tint to all the windows.

Entertainment is the name of the game in the world of upscale luxury, and this Escalade has it all. Upon opening any door, the first thing to grab your eye is the plush suede. Black dominates the interior, and black suede lavishly adorns the door panel inserts, the headliner, front armrests, A-, B-, C-, and D-pillars, and the subwoofer enclosure in the rear. Offsetting the abyss of darkness are baby-blue rays of light. Baby-blue suede seat and armrest inserts are paired with paint-matched dash panels, door panel inserts, the center console, the steering wheel, and the sub enclosure trim. While lavishing himself and passengers with big-time comfort, Tony can also pop a video of his latest home run onto any one of the five monitors in the interior. In the dash, a 12-inch Elo Touch Screen makes the Drive Soft onboard computer do the switcheroo between DVD, MP3, CD, AM/FM, camera, internet, navigation, or Sony PS2. Two Directed Electronics 7-1/2-inch screens in the C-pillars and two Directed Electronics' 10-inch flip-down monitors in the ceiling fill in the rest of the visual quintet. When the signal source is chosen as audio, the Alpine ERA-G320 signal processor turns the beats over to PCX-4125 and PCX-2400 Precision Power amps. Once amplified to ear-tearing levels, the West Coast Custom mids and highs fill in between the bass that emanates from the four 12-inch Precision Power subs. Mad Mike and his trio of trouble say that this is some of their finest work.

All said and done, West Coast Customs has created a stunning visual and aural representation of what high-end customizing is all about. Tony Gwynn Jr. has himself one insane Cadillac Escalade aimed at what the upper end of the market share looks to achieve. Stock Escalades with window tint and 22s just can't compare.