Vision Audio is responsible for the custom sound system within Colby's '86: a Kenwood EZ500 head unit backed up with JL Audio components, including four JL Audio 6.5" subwoofers in a custom-built downfire box. For the interior in Colby's '86, Roy Gibbs at American Upholstery combined a tasty mix of Ultra Leather and Ultra Suede on the ISS bucket seats, Jimmy Davis custom sculpted upper door-panels, and a custom fabricated dashboard. In front of a Carriage Works Stanton model steering wheel rests a Haneline 3-in-1 Combo packed full of white-faced gauges. To handle all of the electrical demands of Colby's '86, Gilbert Diaz strung in a Painless Performance 18-circuit wiring harness. The one-piece windows are from Brothers, and the front and rear Euro-style headlights and taillights are from LMC Truck in Lenexa, Kansas.
For custom paint, Colby shipped his '86 to the "square-body kings" at Hill's Hot Rods in Lubbock, Texas. Jason Hill and Mark Spencer went to town laying down a super-slick coating of Pearl Black on the bottom, with Chili Red with custom chrome graphics by Jason Hill separating the two main colors.
In closing, Colby thanked his wife, Haley, and his dad, Jerry. He went on state that "anything is possible if a person doesn't rush, pays attention to detail, and realizes that less is more."