As you can imagine, Mike had to have the cleanest of interiors just to prove that the truck's beauty goes much deeper than its outer faade. Divine One Customs was called upon, once again, to incorporate the exterior color scheme inside of the cab. The center console houses two 10-inch Kicker subwoofers, while it represents a piece of Ford's history with a nostalgically themed V-8 logo armrest. The logo is also displayed on the front fenders on each side of the truck (How's that for showing some serious respect for the old-skool.) The seats feature black suede inserts with orange stitching, which flow with the pulled and painted dash and door panel pieces. Misha Munoz from Divine One expertly wired the two Kicker amps, front and rear components sets, and two subs to the Pioneer D3 multimedia head unit. Mike has affectionately nicknamed his truck the "Divine One-50," or "D-150," solely based on the downright amazing work that Divine One Customs put into the build. Who'd want to ditch the confines of this cab for a seat on a smoky and stale casino card table?
Huge performance modifications weren't made to the engine, but we think Mike is already satisfied with the capable 300hp 5.4L Triton V-8 powerplant. To add a few more ponies under the hood, a Hypertech programmer was thrown into the mix, as was an Airaid cold air intake and a 2-1/2-inch Gibson exhaust for better respiratory abilities. If there wasn't already enough to look at while visiting Las Vegas, Mike Guerrero had to go and add even more eye appeal to the already visually stimulating city. The "D-150" has racked up several 1st and 2nd place finishes among some of the top shows in the country. Resolutions, Havoc, Truck Jam, and Summer Madness are just a few events that have witnessed the truck's purely intimidating presence.
Mike would like to thank Divine One Customs for all of the well-executed work and a special thank you to the guys at Truckin' for putting the icing on his truck-shaped, proverbial cake.
Hey, no worries Mike. We're square-soon as you put us up for the night the next time we're partying in your wicked city.