Popping one of the electric door poppers allows access to the well-created interior expanse. The Ford's inner confines are a fitting example for the term, "a little goes a long way." Jesus slathered most of the plastics in Mineral Gray, while the stitchwork was handled at Coleman Upholstery in Houston, Texas. There, the crafters recovered the stock seats in leather somewhat matching the famed King Ranch colors. Setting the seat centers off is a swath of color-complementing ostrich hide. For the roof, the factory headliner was removed in favor of a super-white cloth that mimics the exterior color. Jesus partnered with his friend, Alex, and together the duo created the mole-hill-styled subwoofer enclosure in the rear of the SUV. The days of hauling anything are long gone for this vehicle. A Pioneer flip-face head unit was mounted in the dash and it handles the control of a Rockford Fosgate Punch 500 amplifier. Two JL Audio 12-inch W-3 subwoofers fill the twin peaks in the subwoofer box.
Being a hands-on guy, Jesus really put the Explorer together as his vision saw fit. It's not often we see a man with the enthusiasm he emits. Jesus' wife Yuri gets a lot of credit, as does the rest of his family. Friends Fabian and Arturo spent many long sweaty days and nights unpaid to help see this project through to completion and the finished vehicle has allowed Jesus to bask in the glow of those who said he was throwing his money away. We think everyone can relate to the latter.