All of the stitchcraft was done by Jeff. A pair of custom-constructed bucket seats were shaped with high lateral side bolsters to keep the occupants in the seats while cornering. The seats were then covered with German baseball glove leather and stitched together. The cab floor was covered with plush pile looped tan carpet. Then, the headliner, cab walls, and door panels with custom-made armrests were all covered in cream tan leather. The dash maintained its stock appearance with white face vintage gauges encased behind a polished aluminum ball-milled cluster cover. A tilt steering column was capped by a 14-inch Spanish oak banjo steering wheel. The vintage tunes come from an Alpine head unit that is powered by a Rockford Fosgate 500-watt amp. A pair of 8-inch Alpine subwoofers were located behind the bucket seats. The Rockford mids/separates are hidden behind the sun visors in the headliner. The entire audio system was installed and wired by Jeff at his shop.
This '50 Ford F-1 was built with a major attention to detail. At first glance, Bill's F-1 appears bone stock with bright yellow paint, a lowered stance, wheels and tires. But upon closer inspection, you'll notice the subtle body mods that reshaped the '50 Ford F-1 into a design that Henry should have created.