Members of Nokturnal Car Club always go full-bore with their customs, so much so that it's hard to schedule a photo shoot in between modifications. When they get together and see who's taken their ride to the next level, it urges them to keep up, and before you know it, the truck you saw at the last show is totally reborn. Lucky for us, Alejandro Uriarte's '05 Titan was free for a few days before an interior refresh, so we met him at one of our favorite SoCal photo locations.
To make a bold statement with his Titan, Alejandro headed to Trends Custom Auto Body and Paint in Bakersfield, California, for a total repaint, inside and out. The lime green flames and iron crosses were applied over the length of the crew cab and bedsides. Blue pinstriping makes the flames jump off the metallic black base. The dash got several coats of black and lime paint, while Fine Line Interior in Bellflower, California, wrapped the door panels, seats, center console, and headliner in black and lime suede. The suede didn't stop at the interior though. Open the tonneau and the suede spills out onto the tailgate, wrapping everything in sight, including the Plexiglas enclosure that holds four 15-inch Rockford Fosgate T1 subwoofers. Two Rockford Fosgate T20001 amps mounted at the rear of the bed power the subwoofers and a single Rockford Fosgate T8004 powers the four 6-1/2-inch Focal components in the rear doors. An Alpine IVA-W205 head unit orchestrates all of the audio power.
Four 6-1/2-inch Focal components in the rear doors.
Two Nesa headrest monitors can display DVD video from the Alpine head unit.
The bed is home to four 15-inch RF subs and one giant, 40-inch LCD.
Since the stock ride height just wouldn't do, Alejandro turned to Chassis by Aaron, in Covina, California, for a custom suspension. Aaron Iha is known for creating some of the best and lowest truck suspensions out there, so the Titan's lifted attitude was out of the ordinary, but still no problem. Four Firestone airbags allow the 37x13.5-inch Toyo rubber to clear even when aired down, and tower the truck over most anything else when aired up. The three-link rear suspension uses a Y-bar on the bottom to center the rear axle and allow for plenty of rear travel.
We weren't kidding when we said that Alejandro was itching to get his Titan another interior refresh. The next time we see his interior we might not recognize it. In addition to those that directly helped transform his truck, Alejandro wanted to give special thanks to his girlfriend, Mayra Hernandez, his aunt, Laura Romero, and his mother, Gaudalupe Romero.