Besides the Cyber Green paint, the interior was upgraded to deluxe accommodations with the addition of about two cows worth of leather. The headliner is ostrich-textured leather, while the seats are off-the-showroom-floor La-Z-Boy chairs. Now Nick can cruise his Ram in comfort typically reserved for a living room, with his hands firmly wrapped around, what else, a leather-wrapped billet steering wheel. Nick had the comfort, and the look, the only thing missing was the sound, so Anything Car Audio in Kenner, Louisiana, was put in charge of all things audio. The most obvious modification is a 13-inch monitor mounted in the dash that displays video from an Xbox. The Alpine head unit sends signals to two Kicker 10-inch subs behind the seats and the separates in the doors. The entire system is powered by two Directed Electronics amps stashed below the huge seats.

Nick's Ram has got a cushy ride and plush seats, just like Chryslers, Lincolns, and Cadillacs from the late 70's, but without the weak smog-era engine and Huggy Bear vibe. Not a bad combo. Special thanks go out to Duck at D.I.B, Chris "Slick" Amato, and Wesley Cato at Anything Car Audio for all of their hard work.