Jamie is a big fan of bright colors-they're kind of his thing. He had been experimenting with some of PPG's Vibrance line of colors, and he hit upon this Key Lime Green shade that he really wanted to try out. The wicked flake and eye-blinding shade of neon green would make for a great base, but now Tony wanted to add some flames, so Jamie decided to lay down a cool flame job from stem to stern, which fades from a purplish blue to a royal blue pearl. The end result is an amazing color change that really sets off the truck. The cool details abound here as well, like the underside of the Cervini's hood that sports matching graphics to the exterior, or the doorjambs that have a flame strip of their own across the rocker. Details like that make this truck stand out above the rest.
Demented Customs is a one-stop shop, so when it came time to move to the interior, they decided to build the stereo themselves. The rear seat was removed and replaced with a half-dozen 12-inch Total Mobile Audio subs and a trio of Total Mobile Audio amps mounted in a custom fiberglass enclosure. An Eclipse AVX-2404 in-dash DVD player mounted in the factory location runs the system and provides video action at shows.
No one wants to sit on an egg crate, so the guys had to come up with a plan. They wanted something a little bit hot-rod and a whole lot custom, so they called in Paul Reyes of Master Craft Interiors who reshaped the seats to have a lower back and no headrest. Then the interior was wrapped in granite ultra-leather and platinum ultra-suede for a cool light gray look that looks clean and simple. Everything that wasn't wrapped in fabric was painted lime green, which really sets off the rest of the interior. The overall effect is exactly what they were going for-head turning.
It was down to the wire-as things usually are with the SEMA show-but the crew got it all done. There were a lot of people involved in the build, and Jamie would like to thank Scott Harris and Chad Fincher for all the phone calls they had to make, Aaron Lawson, Aaron Pina, Zach, Billy Titus, Paco and his son J.R. for all the long nights of sanding, scuffing, and doing anything that was needed. Kevin at Hankook tires, Pat at Leer, Mitch at Ekstensive Metalworks and Tom at Lowrider Depot. Special thanks to Andrew for the long nights of color sanding and buffing before the show and to his wife Veronica for her support. Also thanks to Tony and Lacey for allowing him to do whatever he wanted on the Dodge.
The interior was wrapped in granite ultra-leather and platinum ultra-suede for a cool ligh
The entire dash was painted to match and a B.A.D. billet steering wheel caps things off ni
Six 12-inch Total Mobile Audio subs are housed in the fiberglass enclosure and provide ple