The aforementioned subs are powered by three Alpine PDX 1.1000 mono amps that work in concert with an Alpine PDX-4.150 amp for the Focal 165 vrk2p 6.5-inch separates in the front doors and the 165 vr1 6.5-inch separates in the rear doors. The Alpine IVA-W505 7-inch touchscreen head unit in the dash serves as the centerpiece for the whole ensemble that was assembled and wired by Sound High Car Stereo in South Gate. The remainder of the interior fell to California Upholstery in Bell Gardens, California, where indigo carpet serves as the foundation for seats wrapped in indigo Uni-Suede, platinum ultra leather, and pewter suede. The door panels, steering wheel, dash, and headliner were also wrapped, and everything that was too small or intricate for upholstery, like the seat adjustment knobs, coat hooks, and the dash bezel, was sent off to be painted. The result is an interior that left almost nothing untouched. In fact, after studying the cab, the only things that appear factory are the seatbelts.
Sergio is completely happy with his truck and appreciates all of the guys that put their best efforts into making it his ultimate daily driver. From the booming yet crisp audio and intricate upholstery, to the gorgeous paintjob and the suspension that delivers whether unladen or while towing, Sergio didn't compromise anything. Special thanks from Sergio go out to Christine and the guys at Chassis by Aaron Iha, Joe at California Upholstery, Rigo at Sound High Car Stereo, and Adrian at Rolling Wheels. Semper Fi.