The interior was made a lot roomier by eliminating the factory engine doghouse. A custom bench seat replaced the factory bucket seats and were mounted over the front wheelwells. The bench seat was covered in a color matching green and black vinyl. Somehow a pair of green seatbelts were found and installed. To eliminate the majority of road and engine noise Dynamat was laid covering the floor, back cab wall, and inner doors. Black Mercedes carpet covers the entire cab floor with custom vinyl covers. Custom-made door panels were constructed from pressboard, and then covered with two-tone gray vinyl.

The tunes are produced by an Eclipse head unit that was imbedded in the dash and sends signals to a Kicker ZX Series amp. A huge custom fiberglass speaker enclosure was made by the students. It is located behind the bench seat and the enclosure houses two Kicker 10-inch Comp subwoofers and two Kicker KS series 6x9-inch mids. Mounted under the factory dash is a 17-inch Brada Prima flat screen that translates and displays the engines vital signs through Dakota Digital gauges displayed on the monitor.

We're still shaking our heads knowing that this ex-COE Ford pickup was created by shop students at Cornwall Collegiate and Vocational School, in Cornwall, Ontario, Canada. The craftsmanship is very professional. Each one of the students that contributed to the project should be commended for their efforts. Dennis Henderson should also be commended for his visionary mind, fabricating, teaching, and motivational skills to lead the students through the project.