Gray seems to be most people's choice of interior colors, except when it comes to hot-rods. Then, tans and crmes become the norm. As it were, this once wreck of a truck sported gray fittings from the assembly line, but it was determined to be inadequate for the truck's new image. Being the all-encompassing shop they are, AutoToyz set thread to leather and created a new truck interior. Tan leather with brown baby alligator inserts now covers the seats. A slick headliner was done to match and factory tan door panels were set off with more of the archaic beast's flesh. Any other leftover items, which were not already tan, were hunted down and replaced with matching counterparts. To bring some shine inward, a few billet items were hung along with a shifter handle that tops the five-speed linkage over a 'gator shift boot. Tunes are a necessity when cruising, dragging, and when generally out and about, so the Frontier was upfitted with an aural brigade. A Pioneer head triggers a Memphis Audio multi-channel amplifier jacking up the speaker signals. Kicker component separates fill the doors, while dual 10-inch Memphis subwoofers bang the lows from their custom enclosure in the extra portion of the cab.

Kevin and the crew at AutoToyz Kustomz build vehicles to drive, and drive them they do. It is pretty much an anti-trailer establishment, filled with the know-how and can-do attitude to tackle any job. They even have a couple of 'bagged Mercedes-Benz cars rolling around. Special thanks go to Kevin's staff and friends, Dave the Wave, Leonard, and Daniel. We can't wait to see what they come up with next.