Interiors are tough to finish because there are a myriad of options, and like an English muffin, there are many nooks and crannies to fill. To fill the void, a dash was painted to match the exterior, and it was filled with a few billet knobs and a steering column, which was topped by a Billet Specialties steering wheel with a half wrap of 'gator flesh. A Clarion 7-inch flip-screen hangs from the dash and controls the fully amped Infinity speakers throughout the cab and custom center console stuffed with a Kicker L7. Then, both door panels were painted flat black, and some shine was tossed in the mix by adding chrome Cadillac inner door handles. Alligator and black vinyl creep over the remaining areas, including the seats and headliner. While Clemente's Upholstery was busy placing all bits of dark matter in the GMC's cab, they also laid down fresh abyssal black carpet. Billet foot pedals control the rig and add to the contrasts built around the interior. Eddy finished up the interior by pinstriping the word "Edward"-his son's name-onto the passenger airbag.
Now completed, Eddy and his wife Meisy are cruising in style and with the killer paintjob full of flakes, the truck has garnered first place trophies in both Best Paint and Best Flake at shows like Texas Showdown and Texas Heatwave. A member of Big Boy Rides, Eddy finished his truck due in part to David Rojas of Big Dave's Accessories, Clemente Banda at Clemente's Upholstery, Louis Galicia from Billet Customs, Alex Tamez in the club, and of course, Eddy's wife Meisy, son Edward, and daughter Giselle. It's a full family affair. Let the good times roll.