To match the flamed exterior, Robert turned to Ray's Upholstery, also in Madera, to reskin the seats and door panels in blue-simulated leather and silver carbon-fiber-embossed vinyl. The carpet also received a dose of blue, and so did the smoothed dash. Nearly everything in the interior that wasn't painted blue or silver was wrapped in it; including the giant, tweed-wrapped sub box, which was built by Sound Unlimited in Madera. Sound Unlimited installed a Clarion 935VD head unit to control the full ensemble of Lanzar audio, from the 600 amp for the separates to the 2000D for the subs. The four 15-inch subs required a lot of space, so there's no longer a back seat, but it's a small price to pay for the audio output.

Robert's F-150 has been a long time coming. Bit-by-bit, he has built a rocker-dragging fullsize that can hold its own at shows and pump out more audio power than he'll ever need. Keep this truck in mind whenever you see a work truck for sale in your local newspaper, because they all have potential.