Finally, the exterior was fitted with billet aluminum gear from Real Wheels, including the hood grille, fuel door, antenna cover, and front marker light surrounds, which match the interior grab handles that were used as door pulls. Following the theme of excess, 26-inch DUB Dirty Dog 6 wheels and 305/30R26 Hankook Ventus were bolted onto each corner. To keep those Dirty Dogs filling the huge wheel openings, Lucky went with Belltech torsion keys and 4-inch lowering blocks. Belltech shocks compensate for the new height and help to keep the extra mass of the wheels and tires under control.
Under the hood, the 3.5L five-cylinder is decked out in its factory trim, except for the Borla 2.5-inch exhaust. The intake remains stock, because Lucky plans on adding a Magnuson supercharger to help the engine lug around all of the audio and video gear. The only noticeable modification, thus far, is the addition of a Kinetik battery that rests in the factory location, albeit with a custom-fabricated bracket.
Lucky's dedication to finishing this project is paying off, as this ride has the tendency to make people stop in their tracks. But he would like to make sure that the guys at his shop, Kenny Arnett and Ricky Laack, get credit for their huge contributions to the build, too. Lucky's wife April was also a big help throughout the entire six-month process. With all of the fabrication behind them, the grand total is 65 monitors-in almost every conceivable configuration-to show customers what the shop has to offer. It sure beats a business card.