Don't think for a second that there is any hiding from the rays of the paint once it's time to ride. One glance inside the cab proves that the bright orange hue was just too good to pass up, as it covers the custom center console, dash, and door panels. The seats have been wrapped with brown suede and genuine ostrich hide-an exotic mixture for sure. The Pioneer Avic Z2 in-dash navi head unit keeps things interesting, as it pushes Focal 6.5-inch components and four JL 10-inch W7 subs, which were individually chambered into the bed. A blow-through allows the low-range sound waves to successfully pierce through the chests of the truck's passengers. With all the interior niceties that call this truck home, Jos must not worry too much about getting stuck in heavy traffic. The stop and go crawl only gives him more time to enjoy the luxury of his truck's cabin.
The stock V-8 has received a few modifications, such as a cold air intake and a MagnaFlow exhaust combo. A Hypertech programmer was also thrown into the mix to take better advantage of the already ample Chevy powerplant. You may notice that the Optima YellowTop battery was yanked from the engine bay and planted beneath the back seat.
For those of you driving the Texas roads, keep your eyes peeled for Jos's truck in the lane next to you. There will be no mistaking who you're riding beside.
On a side note: Did anyone else get a random craving for a tall, ice-cold glass of O.J. while flipping through the last few pages?