Not too fancy and not too overdone. We especially like the look of the rest of the interio
Following the simple but detailed theme inside the truck, Jason dropped his baby in the capable hands of Eric Cryan in West Palm Beach, Florida, for a little sound and interior work. Out came the stock dash, and in its place is a seriously custom counterpart fitted with a six-gauge cluster in the center. Under the gauges is an Alpine head unit playing through a pair of Alpine separates. It won't win any sound-offs, but it will get Jason down the road happily. The rest of the interior was done tastefully in gray carpet with contrasting color on the cut-down seats. Burgundy leather sides give way to gray suede seat centers and a matching suede headliner. The door panels were kept smooth with burgundy leather and billet window cranks.
Jason's Mazda epitomizes what simplicity can achieve. A couple of friends and the right truck club can make all the difference. Jason tells us that without Rico Rodriguez, Aftermath Truck Club, Donnie Yearwood, Eric Cryan, Mario Algerie, Seth Jones, and Mike Gonzales, he would be nowhere and with no truck. All you have to do to achieve your dreams is sweat the details.
JBM and Toyota combine to make this Mazda an all-out assault on the visual senses.
Twenty-inch Boyd Coddington wheels tuck hard under the adjustable suspension and reworked
The fully molded, closed tailgate is home to these slick LED taillights.