Powering the Caddy is a 6.0L equipped with a Pro Charger supercharger with an LS-1 intake manifold, and Street and Performance wiring harness and programming from Frank Peden. Covering the power is a fiberglass intake cover created by Paul Brown and airbrushed to match the new paint scheme. Capping off the new look are 26-inch Dagger wheels from Lexani with Kumho 305/30R26 tires. That addition made a huge difference in the overall look of the Caddy. Helping the Escalade stop with improved confidence are big brakes from Baer.

It took about eight months from being bummed out about the accident to being excited about the progress and completed look of a ride Matt affectionately named the Eschellayed. Rising from the ashes, this Caddy may just burn the competition to the ground. Matt would like to thank Uresti's, Naomi, and his kids for their support.