FISH EDITION FORD EXPLORER
David “Fishman” Rivera is a mechanical mastermind. This guy does what no else does. No one is doing motorizations anymore, but Fishman is cranking them out with every new build. His Ford Explorer took up residence at Arc Audio's booth.
The maroon SUV had quite the crowd around it as I approached, as people stuck their heads inside the interior to get a look at the redesign that had taken place there. The seats are pushed farther back to allow for more luxury and comfort, and custom machined raw metal door handles have been placed on every door. The man himself is at the back, leaning against a table and controlling the transforming trunk.
The floor of the trunk comes out in a sliding block, which then splits into three arms: two huge amp racks to the left and right, while the middle pushes out to reveal a processor. Meanwhile, a hydraulic arm props up a hidden display from on top, which is playing the music video to whatever songs Fishman has on his playlist. I must have watched this transformation happen about 10 to 15 times before I could even go over and talk to the guy.