With the exterior of the SSR now touting a 'how do you like me now?' attitude, it was time for the boys at Immortal Kustomz to get to work inside the cab. Steel colored suede was used to accent the seats, door panels, and even the inside of the bed. Greer Simonton and Jay Trawick from Memphis Audio heard about Tony's cancer awareness-promoting project and quickly jumped onboard by supplying an awesome assortment of audio goods. Richard and Big El of Stereo One, in Cordova, Tennessee, headed up the wiring duties as they strategically constructed a subwoofer enclosure to house the two 12-inch Memphis M-class subs and 400-watt Memphis Belle monoblock amp in the bed. The door panels were filled with 6 1/2-inch components to ensure that the SSR will be clearly heard as well as it will be seen.

Over the trying two-year build period, Tony was thrown all types of curveballs and variables while trying to get things finalized. The paint process actually took 16 months to complete, which in and of itself, would be enough reason to drive any truck owner absolutely crazy with anticipation. Now that everything is all said and done, Tony would like to thank all of those who helped with the project, especially his wife Beverly who displayed an amazing amount of patience and understanding. Most importantly, Tony would like to again call attention to the importance of the efforts made by the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, in Memphis, Tennessee. Without them, children from all over the country who are suffering from cancer would not be receiving the medical attention they need and deserve. Please visit StJude.org to learn how you can help make a difference.