Heath Moore at Kingpin created a smoothed dash out of fiberglass, housing the Dakota Digital display. Kingpin is also responsible for the center console with billet switches, center console with 10-inch JBL subwoofer, and door panels featuring 6-inch JBL components in trick speaker pods. Two JBL amps power the system, while Dynomat from front to back keeps the sound inside the cab. The Alpine head unit was mounted in the headliner that received matching stainless stringers. A Klassix Inc. billet steering wheel caps the painted tilt column and the custom seats were covered in camel leather by Robbie's Upholstery in Alvin, Texas.

It took 2 years to make Ricky's newest dream a reality and the wait was worth it. Winning Best Truck at this year's Heat Wave show, everyone who saw the truck admired the classy look and engineering behind the build. Now, Ricky has a pair of perfect 10s at his house.