Going sheetmetal crazy, Aaron fabricated a new firewall, completely new full-length bed tubs, shaved the handles, taillights, antenna, and then used an FBI tailgate skin to completely smooth out the rear. Up front, the crew at Chassis swapped in a newer '07 Silverado front clip and used clear headlights and clear corners for a more updated look. You may be wondering where the bumper came from and even if you check eBay there wouldn't be one like it. Aaron also fabricated this piece to add a custom flair to the front end of the Silverado. With the bodywork perfect, Danny Serna, of DSG Graphics, in Irwindale, California, took command of the truck. House of Kolor Tangleo Pearl was applied to every nook and cranny of Paul's ride. After the orange had dried, Danny got to work doing what has made him a sought-after painter--airbrushing. Wicked silver tribal graphics along with orange real-fire flames provide the canvas for several skulls to lurk. On the HD hood, a skull king appears from the flames wearing a cloak, crown, and holding a cane topped with a globe. Seeing this truck in person leaves no doubt to Danny's talent. Out back, another skull appears from the graphics wearing a bandana that quickly turns into $100 bills. The attention to detail is no joke.

Inside the cab, details abound everywhere you look, but chances are you'll hear it before you see it. Behind the front bucket seats lies a huge subwoofer enclosure that is home to six 15-inch Audiobahn subs. Powering this audio carnage are three Audiobahn A2X600HQ amps, also mounted to the enclosure. Jaime, from Exclusive Audio, performed the audio work, including the Audiobahn 6 1/2-inch mids and highs in the doors. Keeping tabs on the audio is an Alpine head unit installed in a custom center console. Also found in the console is an Alpine DVD player that sends video to a 22-inch monitor found in the dash. The dash, with its smooth, flowing lines and intricate edges is not fiberglass, rather Aaron rolled sheetmetal to create the one-off dash. Danny, from DSG also painted the dash to match the truck and then added some lovely ladies airbrushed to the upper portion and center console. Powering all of the insane audio are four yellow-top Optima batteries housed in a custom battery rack in the bed. Charging duties are taken care of by a 300-amp alternator from Chuy's. A B.A.D. steering wheel, custom door panels, and hidden air ride switches are also nice additions to the interior. Rogelio's Upholstery, in Irwindale, wrapped the seats in tan vinyl and tan suede and they also installed the matching suede headliner. Once back from Rogelio's, the truck was given a once-over and the only area left to tackle was the engine bay.