Inside the truck, Carlos' very own Kustom Auto in Houston, built a full-length fiberglass center console and filled it with JL Audio W3 12-inch subs and two JL Audio amps. JL was also sourced for the separates found in each door. Kustom Auto picked a Kenwood head unit to mount in the front of the center console near the switches for the `bags. From there, Joe's Interiors in Houston took over, wrapping the dash and center console in suede and upholstering all four bucket seats in black leather and suede.

Carlos' C30 has been retired from heavy-hauling duties, so the 350ci V-8 under the hood lives a life of leisure. Ray's Auto Care simply dressed the small-block with pieces from Billet Specialties and helped its rumble with a set of Hedman Hedders and a Flowmaster exhaust. Matching Optima batteries frame the engine and give the audio plenty to work with.

With his ultra-long-wheelbase cruiser rolling along a fraction of an inch above the pavement, Carlos doesn't regret going full-bore with a body drop. The one sacrifice to get his low stance was the A/C, which simply had to go from the firewall. So maybe Houston in August isn't the best time to cruise his Chevy, but when it's too hot to cruise he can just park his 20-foot business card outside of Kustom Auto and watch it draw a crowd.