This was when Brian came into play. As the owner of Wicked Whips in Venice, Florida, his shops turns out wild and custom audio/video systems all day long. For his personal truck, over-the-top was the only way things could be done. After removing everything from the interior, Brian and his team smoothed and painted the dash with matching flames from the hood, built one-off custom fiberglass door panels with matching flames, and a wild sub enclosure housing four 12-inch Infinity Kappa subwoofers. Seemingly floating above the center console, five Infinity amps were mounted using Plexiglass as the mounting points. Infinity components and co-axials were also used in the door panels, the kick panels, the dash, and the B-pillars. Wiring for the entire system was handled by Stinger. The JVC DVD head unit was relocated to the suede headliner, along with the HVAC controls in order to accommodate the 10-inch Farenheit monitor located in the dash. Farenheit monitors are also located in the door panels, facing outwards, and give on-lookers instant entertainment. Everything that was not painted was wrapped in suede, with the exception of the seats, which were reshaped and recovered in red leather with black alligator inserts.

It took perseverance, dedication, and a new owner, but the Dodge was fully reborn and bad as Hell. Brian is quick to thank Derek for all his hard work and well-spent cash, and he considers the truck a work-in-progress. Brian is also quick to thank Ernie at One Stop, Rob at Audio America, Christian at AAMP, and Infinity for all of their support in completing the truck.