Opening the Crew Cab doors reveals an interior that Chris absolutely loves and for good reason. Audio, suede, and fiberglass fill the confines as if Chevy sent it down the assembly line with such parts. A Pioneer AVIC-Z2 DVD/Navigation head unit sends audio signals to two Rockford Fosgate T600-4 power series amps driving eight 6 1/2-inch Rockford Fosgate component speakers. Two Rockford Fosgate T1500bd mono block power series amps send juice to four Fosgate T2 12-inch subs in a fiberglass blow-though box in the bed. Video playback is handled by Vizualogic direct-fit headrest monitors with built-in DVD players and a 17-inch Vizualogic flipdown monitor. Power is supplied by two Kinetik 2400 power cells, a 10-farad Rockford Fosgate capacitor, and high-output alternator by Dave's DC Electric in Riverside. The entire audio system was designed and built by Vince "Ghetto Bob" Incalcatera of Homeless Entertainment in Las Vegas. Hot-rod blue suede now covers the headliner and pillars thanks to Mike Sutton of LB Threadz in Long Beach. Kaotic Customs also painted several plastic pieces to bring some of the exterior color inside.

It only took 45 days to transform a bone-stock Silverado into a cool custom ready for the street and show circuit. Chris is an active member of Severed Ties and wanted to say thank you to all of the people involved in the successful build of this Chevy.