Out back, Jeff welded the tailgate shut, removed the stock taillights, and added some of h
You really need several good trips around the truck to really appreciate how much effort went into this mind trip of automotive artistry. Inside of the bed, those huge wheel tubs were treated to custom paint, as well. Jeff masked off the areas he wanted to paint, then applied color-matched bed liner, and airbrushed in where the graphics were to call home. Once the paint was cut and buffed, Jeff added diamond-clear headlights, a billet grille, and small iron cross billet mirrors to complete the truck. This truck doesn't just smack you in the face when it drives by, it drop-kicks you and then runs you over.
Opening those crazy doors revealed an interior that is just as wild as the paint. Jeff and his crew smoothed and painted the stock dash, door panels, and then built a totally custom center console that houses the air switches and air gauge, which had also been painted and airbrushed. With the bright stuff inside, Jeff turned to Buddy's Upholstery in Cabot, Arkansas, where he added the tan velour headliner, tan carpet, and the leather and ostrich-covered '90 Honda Civic seats. Back at Jeff's Body Shop, Shane Price was recruited to build a subwoofer box where the back seat once resided.
The monster structure now houses four 10-inch Kicker subwoofers, one of the two Sony Xplod 1,200-watt amps, and the unfortunate remains of a subwoofer casualty. Of course the box was fiberglassed, painted, and airbrushed to match the rest of the truck. Billet vents, knobs, and a Colorado Custom steering wheel finished off the insane interior.
Jeff didn't leave the underneath of the hood stock, either. He and his crew built custom inner fenders to clear the 22s and smoothed and painted every piece of plastic they could. Chrome and billet pulleys add good looks and an AIRAID intake and Flowmaster exhaust give the truck some extra ponies.
When talking at dinner, we asked Jeff what he loved so much about working with trucks, and his answer was short and sweet, "I think of it as an art form, and I love it." We agree, and we couldn't have picked a better cover truck for our paint and body issue.
Opening the lambo driver door allows onlookers to view the fully painted interior with lea
The unlucky bass casualty was used to support the center armrest atop the center console.
Check out the insane bed with paint-matched liner and exposed airbrushed graphics coming o