Besides the seatbelts, you'd be hard-pressed to find a piece of the interior resembling anything that left the factory, as just about every surface was either upholstered or painted. The seats were covered in leather and stingray with crocodile down the center. The custom fiberglass center console houses the airbag switches and HVAC controls now that a 15-inch monitor takes up most of the dash. The Kenwood head unit in the passenger-side dash is the source for the monitor and all of the MA Audio components, including the 12-inch sub in the middle of the console, directly behind the PS2, which also plays on the 15-inch monitor. Although it's technically not part of the interior, if you open the split tonneau cover you'll find even more audio, as four 10-inch MA Audio subs, separates, and tweeters were mounted into the fiberglass enclosure that takes up the entire bed.
That's just the basics; there are actually too many details on this truck to mention them all in this article. Suffice it to say, when Jonathan pulls into a show and motors the tonneau up, the tailgate party really begins. Check out the photos, as they speak for themselves.