The second-row doors were built in the same way as those in the front row. Hushmat deadens unwanted vibrations in the inner panels, and the maroon, gray, and silver panels house MTX Thunder Axe three-way, 6-inch component speakers in the front doors, while the rear doors use a 5-1/4-inch, instead of the 6-inch, because of size limitations. The crossovers were surface-mounted for easy access during tuning and are back-loaded with red Varad lighting for a cool effect.

The front row continues the overall gray and maroon theme, with gray suede covering almost everything, broken up by maroon ostrich leather inserts and maroon paint on parts of the dash and doors. A Kenwood NAV 8017 head unit sources the audio and some of the video for the entire A/V system. Wiring the Hummer's setup proved to be a tricky task. A custom, billet bracket had to be fabricated to hold two 300-amp SPL Power Master alternators that operate in conjunction with the factory alternator. An SVR battery was put in the factory battery location, and four more SVR batteries were placed above the rear wheelwells. Two Cascade APS 90 power supplies in the rear of the H2 allows the vehicle to be plugged into wall power at events. Streetwires wires the system together with eight Streetwires ANL fuse holders, several distribution blocks, battery terminals, two runs of 0-gauge cable (one from each alternator to each bank of rear batteries and then to two distribution blocks and ending at the amplifiers). A Viper 791XV security and remote start system keeps the truck safe and sound.

Do you like the two-toned silver and maroon colors on this Hummer? Thank Dean "The Painting Machine," who laid on the paints and buried them with six coats of clear. The SUV rolls on 22-inch chromed wheels, BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A tires, and hovers higher off the ground with a 4-inch Rancho lift kit and RS9000 remote reservoir shocks. A Borla exhaust and K&N air intake keep the good and bad air flowing easier. Combined with a Magnuson supercharger, this H2's V-8 cranks more than 500 hp. The bumpers, moldings, and mirrors are all matched to the maroon body color, as are the nerf bars, the brushguards, and the front skidplate.

The Hummer also has a Warn 12,000-pound winch, a color-matched roof rack with eight overhead driving lights, four KC 6-inch lights in the front end of the vehicle, and a swing-out tire carrier with a fullsize spare. The LED taillights are colored to match the H2's body, as well, and the yellow markers were replaced with clear versions. And the Hummer has been modded even more with the very latest Fox Racing Shox 360 racing package, which includes custom billet Fox-engraved door handles and hood piece, and a limited-edition Fox Racing Shox gauge cluster overlay in the dash. The Fox Racing Shox theme was perpetuated with the embroidered headrests.

This Hummer's build took three months. Kamerer says he wanted something different, and we think he got it. If you disagree, consider this: How many H2's have you seen armed with a large-bore sonic cannon and painted with a scheme that screams "Fire in the hole!"?