SSV Audio Works in Agoura Hills, California, had the honor of building the sound and video. Keeping it low-key meant not cutting the perfect metal dash for a head unit and hiding all of the components. They chose a Pioneer head unit with two video iPods to store MP3 audio and MPEG video. Realm LS6C 6--inch components in the kick panels are powered by a Realm A300-2 two-channel amp and a Realm D500.1 mono class D amp powers the two 10-inch Realm shallow-mount subs behind the seat. Two flipdown Clarion visor monitors and a Valor rear view mirror/monitor take care of video chores and Auto Image mounted four EFX 680-amp mini batteries under the bed. Two are dedicated to the audio/video and two are for cranking power.

When all of the dust settled, Brian had spent 18 months transforming his '63 from a highly optioned daily driver to a SEMA show-stopper. Several talented individuals and cooperative companies were responsible, as the truck made its way through several shops and garages. Brian would like to thank, in no particular order: The Polish Shop, Scosche, Early Classic Enterprises, Magnuson, Borla, Asanti, Granetelli Motorsports, Rod Giles, Mike Bess, No Limit, Saticoy Auto Body, RBP, Realm Audio, Xciting Lighting, Bruce Horkey's Wood & Parts, A&A Corvette, Street & Performance, Nitto Tire, Coast Drive Line, Armondo Vega, Auto Image, and SSV Audio Works.