The paint was gleaming and the graphics were practically leaping off the truck, but Demented wasn't done yet. Turning to the interior, a huge sub enclosure replaced the rear seats and was filled with Kicker zx650.5 and zx1500.1 amps and three 12-inch Kicker L5 subs. Treble and midrange duties are managed by two sets of Kicker KS components in the doors and in the C-pillars. A center console was also fabricated to hold the switches and an Accellevision monitor to match the two monitors in the sub enclosure. Master Craft Upholstery in Hobbs was tasked with wrapping the Escalade seats in tan leather and burgundy suede Katzkin upholstery.
With all of the talented individuals that helped out on the build, it's hard to imagine that anyone would be skeptical of Chad's goal, but no doubt they spurred him on in finishing his GMC. Chad would like to send out thanks to Jaime, Andy, James, and the rest of the guys at Demented Customs, Kevin Whipps, Todd and Justin at Lowboy Motors, Jack and Nadim at ZK Express, Little T, and his family, especially his wife Shelly.
A Colorado Custom billet wheel caps off...
...the Dark Toreador paint and burgundy and tan upholstery.