Moving to the body, Jorg and his dad, Jorg Sr., began the metal fabrication needed to make the C10 stand out. Up front, the hood was given suicide hinges, along with the driver door, the hood cowl was molded, door handles were shaved, and drip rails eliminated. LED taillights were molded vertically into the rear fenders and even the license plate was mounted vertically. With the grinding and sanding halted, Jorg filled his spray gun with DuPont Silver and coated the entire truck in the pigment. He then taped off a line and applied the DuPont Gunmetal Gray with a Candy Apple Red stripe separating the two colors. The look is classic. In the raised bed, cutout leather panels lay on top of mirrored glass to create a 3D effect. The painted nitrogen tanks also reside in the bed.

Inside the suicide doors lies an interior fit for cruising and shows. Streetseats wrapped a set of Dodge Daytona seats in gray suede and silver leather for a luxurious look that perfectly matches the body. Advanced Audio built a fiberglass center console that houses a down-firing Memphis Audio subwoofer in a wild enclosure fitted with spikes. The console also houses the air ride switches and a Farenheit monitor. Memphis Audio amps power the sub and separates in the kick panels. A Billet Specialties billet steering wheel was mounted to a tilt column and other billet accessories consume the interior.

It took five years to transform the $1 investment, and boy was it worth the purchase. Not only does Jorg have a truck that looks awesome, he also has the memories of working on a piece of American steel with his dad. Special thanks to Dream Cars and Mini Madness.