The interior is a mix of fiberglass work, paint, and a whole lot of classic hot-rod influences with a little technological twist. The factory front bucket seats were reskinned with dove-gray leather and ash-white perforated suede inserts. The rear seats were cut up and modified to create another set of bucket seats wrapped in the same fashion and a center console that houses eight, count 'em, eight Alpine amplifiers. Another techy feature is the head unit. It has a custom-built, Windows-based computer that is used to play and store all music, movies, games, and more. It sends the signal to the 17-inch LCD screen mounted in the center of the dash and to the impressive stereo setup throughout the cab and rear compartment. Behind the rear seats is a trio of 12-inch subs in a custom-built, slot-ported enclosure. The back cab wall was removed, and the box was slid into place.

In the 90 days that it took Erik to build this incredible vehicle, he accomplished more than just creating another show truck: He has without a doubt made his mark on the custom map. If this is the standard of design we can expect from Erik, then we look forward to what the future holds.

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Erik Harbour / Huntington Beach, California

Year/Make/Model:'02 Dodge Ram 1500

4.7L PowerTech V-8 / four-speed 45RFE automatic transmission / chrome Weapon*R Secret Weapon air intake / Hypertech computer system / Gibson exhaust / MSD ignition / Kinetik HC800 Power Cell / Devious Customs fuel cell / all electrical wiring except the obvious spark-plug and alternator wires have been rerouted and hidden using all factory wiring and rerouting plugs and harnesses
BY: Ryan Parma, Todd Faulkner, Erik Harbour, 714 Motorsports, and Rod Milton, Westminster, California

Front & Rear: 24x9 Lexani Dagger

Front & Rear: 305/35R24 Toyo Proxes S/T

Front: DJM control arms / custom upper bag mounts / Slam Specialties RE-8 air springs / Toxic shocks
Rear: Devious Customs triangulated four-link / Slam Specialties RE-6 air spring / Toxic shocks
Accessories: Eight EasyStreet 1/2-inch chrome 300-psi solenoids / 1/2-inch DOT air line / two Viair 280C air compressors
Chassis: Z'd front frameclip / Devious Customs step notch / SSBC Force 10 Tri-Power three-piston aluminum brake kit
By: Todd Faulkner at 714 Motorsports, Westminster, California

Body Mods:
Shaved doors, antenna, taillights, third brake light, cab seams, and gas door / Grant Fabrication taillight fillers, rear wheelwell tubs, tailgate, and roll-pan combo / '08 front-end conversion / 3-inch body drop / Street Scene Speed Grilles and sport mirrors
By: Todd Faulkner, Scott Seratta, 714 Motorsports, Erik Harbour, Galen Armenta, Kevin "Captain" Kuenzie, Louie, and the staff at Merzees all helped get the body straight

Custom Paint:
Alsa Paint Corp. Kinetik Blue and Silver / One Shot Candy Green and Orange
By: Todd Faulkner and Jeff Mersey of Merzees Paint & Body, Norwalk, California

Modified factory front bucket seats with ash-white and dove-gray seat covers from Roadwire Automotive Innovation / rear bench was cut into buckets and wrapped in the same material as the front seats / custom-built dashpad and a custom-mounted 17-inch LCD monitor and center console built by Brent Davidson at Alpine / custom-built door panels wrapped in leather with blue suede inserts / ash-gray carpet / painted overhead console and headliner wrapped in ash-white suede / Nu Image brushed-aluminum gauges
By: 714 Motorsports, Merzees, Todd Faulkner, Brent Davison, Louie, "Big" Bill Watson, Galen Armenta, Rod Milton