Ken solved this problem by taking a pair of '02 Acura bucket seats to The Leading Edge in Savannah, where they recovered the seats in real leather. The saddle leather is complemented by burgundy snakeskin accents and quality stitching. Saddle Mercedes-Benz carpet and pads are soft to the touch and look up at the suede headliner and aluminum dash complete with Auto Meter gauges. Ken finished the interior by adding gold-plated cup holders to the custom center console, a Vintage Air A/C, a tilt ididit column capped with a Mahogany steering wheel, and a super-tall Lokar billet shifter. Meanwhile, the tunes are handled by a JVC CD head unit and Pioneer speakers.
With degree in hand, Jen received the keys to her brand-new 70-year-old truck on graduation day. What a gift and what a project! No one does it alone, and Ken was quick to thank John Felker, Brad Miles, Don Melton, and Alex DaSilva for all of their effort. We only one question left to ask, does Ken need a son in the family, because we would love to have him build us a truck.