L&G Enterprises handled the bodywork on the Sierra, as the truck got the full Street Scene makeover with a urethane bumper cover, roll pan, and side skirts. With the lower edge cleaned up, the other details of the truck were taken care of with a Street Scene tailgate handle relocator, Cal-Vu mirrors, and a smooth wiper cowl. Up front, Speed Grille inserts filled the factory grille opening, as well as the bumper cover, for a unified look. Lastly, a SnugTop tonneau covered the bed and provided even more canvas to paint. Once all of the urethane pieces were prepped, Theresa Contreras rolled the truck into her booth and sprayed the DuPont Hot Hues Red, Orange, Yellow, and Silver.
The symmetrical swoops of color were brought into the interior by 714 Motorsports, where the seats were recovered with black and yellow leather upholstery from Road Wire. Back at Street Scene, Mike Ungles took on the task of filling the interior with Sony audio. Mike's first job was molding the one-off center console and under-seat sub box out of fiberglass. The Sony XAV-W1 head unit provides a 7-inch monitor for DVD playback, and gives the driver control over the four 10-inch Xplod subs in the two fiberglass enclosures. For the higher frequencies, two 6-1/2-inch Sony component speakers were mounted into each of the custom pods in the front doors. To power the system, Mike chose two Kinetik batteries and an array of Sony amps, including two 800-watt Xplod amps for the mid-range, and three 1,200-watt Xplod amps for the subs. To keep the clutter down, and to show them off at the same time, the amps were mounted into the BedRug-lined bed.
DVD monitors in the headrests and a few thousand watts of audio give passengers a mini mov
A custom sub box allows for plenty of air volume for the two 10-inch Sony subs.
The Street Scene roll pan and Corsa exhaust tip are the last things you see as the GMC rol