Don Aldridge at Classic Motors Upholstery in Muskogee, Oklahoma, was responsible for the clean interior. The factory dash was smoothed and painted to match the body color. The custom billet aluminum defroster cover on top of the dash was carved by BAD in Tulsa. Don built up and reshaped the stock bench seat before covering it with tan Alante leather. Tan Alante leather was also used to cover the door panels and headliner, while tan Mercedes-Benz carpet was laid down. The painted, stock tilt steering column was capped with an APC 14-inch half-wrapped tan leather steering wheel. All new weatherstripping was applied around each of the new glass pieces, then inlaid into the cab. Brandon installed an Audiovox flip-out head unit, which was wired up to a set of Kicker 4x6 speakers that are located in the factory locations.
Brandon knows New Red would not have been possible without the help from his friends and family. He would like to thank his wife Shannon, who allowed him the time to devote to this project, and son Gunner, who gave him inspiration. Also, thanks to Brad Stevens, David Lawson, Jeremy Rhoden, Don Aldridge, Travis Lane, and all the guys at DBS Rod Shop who allowed Brandon's dream to become a reality.
By involving yourself more during a creative journey, it will allow you to appreciate it much more when it is completed.