Inside of the Quad Cab, what once was, is still, only better. Both front bucket seats and the rear seating arrangement have been slathered in Cinder Red and black ostrich leather appointments. Exterior matching plastic trim on the doors, dash, and handmade center console add plenty of color to the massive expanse. Last at bat, the Billet Specialties Chicayne steering wheel was sporting a black leather wrap; but in the name of new flavoring, the leather has been changed to better match the new accoutrements. Matching the billet steering wheel are billet dash knobs, pedals, and a rearview mirror. Taylor's in Vossburg, Mississippi, is awarded credit for the interior stitching.

Making driving better for both driver and passenger alike, a little music pipes in from the flip-face Alpine head unit. With full surround sound and XM satellite radio, the Alpine unit feeds signals to two Alpine amplifiers for signal boosting. Rockford Fosgate component speakers fill the doors and a 10-inch JL Audio subwoofer stares down the rear passengers from its home in the one-off center console. As if that weren't enough, an Alpine DVD player, Sony Playstation, and a 12-inch overhead monitor add their twist to the entertainment portion of the Doge Ram experience.

If you have ever questioned what a good 'bag job can do, then this truck is your testament. Since originally getting air suspension from Ekstensive back in '02, Dennis has hammered more than 100,000 miles on the customized system. The truck spent some time languishing on the back burner while Dennis was busy getting married and buying a new home. With the support of his new wife and daughter, Dennis has revamped and given rebirth to his truck. To make it a family affair, the new wife has her own toy-a Dodge Charger, which is also sitting low to the floor on airbags. To us, it sounds like a match made in a fairy tale.