Work began on the body of the Hummer when it was sprayed at K-Daddyz Kustomz in Bakersfield. Dupont Hot Hues Blue By You was laid on top of the factory black with a tribal graphic in Dupont Hot Hues Silva Silver dividing the two. From there, Kaib Knight added the lime green pinstriping and also added Fox Racing Shox logos throughout the H2. Once the body was cut and buffed, Juan bolted in IPCW taillights and got to work installing the billet accessories. SMA and Grippin Billet provided the door handles and trim pieces, while the grille came from Strut.

Open up the doors of the H2 and you'll find Roadwire leather upholstery with Fox Racing Shox logos and a custom sub enclosure, built by Advance Mobil Audio & Security, taking up a majority of the cargo area. Two 15-inch Precision Power subs are powered by two Precision Power 1000.2 amps, while the separates are powered by a single 1200.4 amp. A Pioneer ACIV-Z2 navigation head unit ties the system together and sends the video signals to the Vizualogic headrest monitors for the passengers in the rear seats.

It turned out that Johnny had a good eye for customs. With the work from the companies mentioned, Juan and his team at Performance Off Road were able to build this H2 in three months and make a successful debut at SEMA. Now that Johnny is much older and wiser, we wonder what he and his dad are up to next.