To make for an even more striking presence, the truck was joined by an Eliminator Boats 27-Daytona with a catamaran hull. The gel coat was given yellow, red, and silver graphics; before being upholstered in matching colors. Behind the wheel of the boat, the driver has Hardin Marine controls at his fingertips and a full array of Auto Meter gauges to keep tabs on the 425hp Mercury 496 HO that's bolted to a Mercury Racing XR outdrive. Several custom touches tie the boat into the truck, including the one-off air intakes that use the same pattern as Street Scene mesh grille material, as well as the audio. Audio Innovations used Sony products throughout the boat, as six 6-1/2-inch separates, four 10-inch subwoofers, and a Sony PlayStation II provide audio/video entertainment for when the boat is beached at a sandbar.
Getting the boat to the water was no problem, as Extreme Custom Trailer stepped up to build a matching trailer, right down to the DuPont Yellow paint. Unique Funtional Products even went the extra mile to cross-drill their rotors to match the Baer Racing disc brake setup on the truck. Finally, 20x8-1/2-inch KMC Dime wheels were bolted on, so that front to back, each wheel was identical.
The owners of Street Scene built this GMC to show their vision of a drivable custom. With a fresh batch of products and the best the aftermarket had to offer, they had a good head start, but the important part in making it all come together was the talent that went into the build.