Chris Gilbert, from South Coast Customs, sprayed the PPG Red Jewel paint onto every panel. Max Maxwell then stepped in and went crazy applying the traditional flame licks with devil tails flowing up the side of the Caddy. Max then went off the chain with his airbrush and covered the Escalade in tru fire with skulls and poor unfortunate souls from front to back. On the hood, an airbrushed mural of a demon ablaze in an inferno of hell really gets the point across.

After having the new look of the Escalade completed, Matt turned to installer and fabricator Shawn Karl, who owns South Texas Xtreme Liners, in San Antonio. Matt wanted skulls to seem as if they were coming from the center console, and Shawn pulled it off using Halloween skulls and fiberglassing them into the huge console. That console also houses two 11-inch screens, an air pressure gauge, air switches, and P/A system. The dash was removed, fiberglassed to accommodate a 22-inch Accele screen, and painted Jewel Red, along with the door panels, pillars, and new sub box. That sub box is the home to four JL Audio 131/2-inch W7 subs and four JL Audio amps in the rear. Pulling out all the stops, Matt had Shawn and his buddy Alex wire up an original Atari 2600 by using a power inverter and coax demodulator so each screen can watch Frogger being played. Old school!

Other wild interior mods included completely redoing the seats, headliner, and door inserts in black alligator by Advanced Auto Trim. A Carnage billet steering wheel from B.A.D. controls the driver input and a Pioneer DVD head unit controls the audio. More paint was brought into the interior providing a seamless transition from outside to inside.