Merzees paint in Santa Fe Springs, California, performed all the fit, finish, and paint. Augmenting the Titan's gray factory exterior are a Street Scene grille with a Speed Grille insert, Stillen front bumper cover, Stillen roll pan on the rear, fiberglass pre-runner fenders, and Volant LED taillights. Once the door moldings were shaved, Merzees covered everything in the stock hue before adding the Alsa Ghost Chrome paint down the nose and across the sides. To give the paint a more industrial finish, it was scrubbed with a pad and scratched, lending the illusion of brushed aluminum. Bright blood-red stripes outline the Alsa coloring.
Inside the Nissan crew cab all the OE seats were removed in favor of four Street Scene SSR racing seats covered in black suede. With the rear bench seat gone and the stock center console never to return up-front, Kyle fabricated a custom painted center console running the length of the truck's interior. An MA Audio center-mounted subwoofer is a shiny focal point in the rear, but it's the Valor DVD head unit in the dash that catches the eye up-front. MA Audio speakers fill the doors with MA Audio amplifiers, providing all the power anyone could desire. So the rear passengers don't get bored, Optivision screens are mounted in clear view. Mike Ungles wired everything together and set the sound tuning just right.
During the Nissan's build process parts were stored anywhere and everywhere, including Kyle's sister's room and Mom's living room. Without their patience and Dad's okay we wouldn't have one of the coolest Nissans here for you to view today. Thanks also go out to California Super Trucks, American Racing, BFGoodrich, Street Scene, MA Audio, and Eibach. We're seeing good things in our Truckin' crystal ball for this young man and the talent he brings to our sport; and with the backing of a name like Millen, how could he go wrong?