On the inside, blue and white sets the overall tone for this truck. The dash was shaved and painted blue, while the bench seat was lined with white vinyl and blue inserts, thanks to A Staple & A Stitch in Lexington, Kentucky. A 13-inch flamed billet steering wheel pops from the white painted steering column. Four 10-inch Audiobahn subwoofers stud the enclosure, which was built by John, and are visible behind the truck's seats. Meanwhile, Audiobahn speakers dot the custom, white-leathered door panels, as does the 800-watt Audiobahn amplifier for the subs. Also, a Pioneer head unit flips out from the factory location in the dash.
Joe thanks everyone who worked on this project with him, particularly his wife Leslie, Gilbert King III, and those people who have already been mentioned in this story. Joe especially wants to thank his brother, Jay, who got Joe into the minitruck scene before Jay succumbed to cancer. Thanks, Jay, for inspiring your brother to build a sweet ride.