Located in Montclair, California, Santana's Auto Shop and One Xtreme went to work making the factory red look amazing. One Xtreme airbrushed real-fire onto the hood, front fenders, doors, and tailgate. Soon, Ryan's truck started to look the part. Awesome firefighter shields are found throughout the flames. Besides the real fire, Santana's Auto Shop smoothed and painted the front and rear bumpers red, along with the mirrors and tailgate handle. Grippen Billet flame door handles replaced the factory plastic unit, a Putco LED third brake light was bolted in, a DJ Motorsports flame chrome grille was added, and HID headlights light up the night.
This Chevy was now looking the part of a real fire truck, but Ryan wanted to be able to keep tabs on local calls and emergencies, so what better way to do that than a police scanner, laptop, and fire radio? Now, there is no excuse for Ryan being in the dark on any law enforcement or emergency activity. All of this electronic wizardry was installed by Radioactive in Chino, California. The audio was also upgraded with an Alpine head unit, which sends signals to four Alpine amps that power Alpine mids and highs and three JL Audio subs. Black leather acts as the backdrop to diamond-plate floor mats and flamed billet pedals.
It only took six short months to turn Ryan's ride into a real-life fire truck. All he needs now is a huge watertank under the tonneau and some hoses.
Hoss wheels from KMC are wrapped in Toyo 35-inch tires.
This custom console serves as Ryan's command center where he can listen to two different e
One Xtreme took care of the meticulous job of airbrushing real-fire onto the Chevy.