When Greg had the idea to tear into his brand-new SUV, he had no intention of keeping things tame. The bold yet understated paint scheme blends and wraps around both sides, then onto the rear of the Tahoe with sharp lines and color contrast. Kelly Green from GRC, in Dayton, Texas, sprayed the House of Kolor lime green lines in between the silver flake and black colored fields. The outer surface has been shaved clean of all badges, trim, and any other small, unnecessary items that interfere with the Chevy's surface. Also, the stock taillights have been tinted a few shades darker, which creates a visually dramatic change in appearance.
Of course, this `Hoe's talent runs much deeper than just its pretty face. Just like mom used to say, "It's what's inside that counts." For those of us who cast mother's priceless words of wisdom out the window, we should reevaluate the saying, because here is finally an interior worthy of some recognition. To all the special ladies in our lives, us guys are just talking trucks, so there is no need for hurt feelings.
Now, where were we? Ah yes, a few pieces had been yanked from the dash and door panels to receive a bit of color, which pulls the exterior inside the cab. Charcoal with black `gator accent Katzkin seats provide comfort, while the Tahoe's passengers cruise at the near mile-high altitude. A Kenwood head unit has replaced the factory stereo system and a custom sub enclosure, built by Rob Rodell, houses the JL Audio W7 13-inch sub and its JL 1,000 amplified companion. A JL 450 amp, which pushes the rest of the Tahoe's speakers, also calls the enclosure home.
Now that Greg's Tahoe has been completed, it's time for him to climb into the driver seat and drive the hell out of his new ride. Over the brief two-month build period, Greg has achieved new heights and would like to thank the guys who helped along the way: Kevin, Rob, and Ronnie at B&C Offroad, and Third Coast Suspension certainly made things happen for this Chevy.