Brad began the makeover of the interior with a new sheetmetal dash and white Dolphin gauge package. Third-row, tan leather seats liberated from a 2000 Yukon were just the right size and color to blend with the tan carpet and planned bright yellow exterior. Since a stereo is always a hot addition to a cool custom truck, Brad chose the XO Vision head unit with a 7-inch screen that handles CDs, DVDs, and MP3s. Power for the system comes from the pair of Sony Xplod 2-channel amplifiers behind the seats pumping out more than 1,200 watts. The unique fiberglass center console holds a pair of 10-inch Sony subs, augmented by a pair of 6.5-inch components set in the kick panels, and two 6x9 speakers in the doors. The interior also features the scariest set of armrests (literally!) you ever saw, blending in perfectly with the skull switch box that controls the air suspension. The theme is repeated in the skeleton-and-ghost-theme exterior paint, sprayed by Brad's friend, Eddy Boyles from Air Graphics in Rocky Mount, North Carolina. Beginning with bright PPG Yellow Pearl, the pearl and candy graphics are a combination of orange, silver, tan, and green.

The completed truck has become a regular Best of Show winner on the Southeastern show scene, and although Brad may finally have his first custom truck complete, the odds are good that it may never be finished.