Opening the suicide doors exposes the stitch craft of both Danny Romo from Irwindale, California, and Jerry Hobgood from Springville, North Carolina. The lavish lipstick Corvette red leather interior includes seats, door panels, dash, headliner, kick panels, and floor. The hidden Dakota Digital electric blue gauges appear when the ignition is turned on. Vintage Air is responsible for keeping the interior's climate comfortable. An ididit steering column is capped with a B.A.D. steering wheel that matches the rolling wheels. A custom-built roof console houses the Kenwood surround sound head unit that sends signals to a Kenwood 1800 amplifier under the passenger seat. A 12-inch subwoofer is neatly located behind the passenger seat providing a back massage for any lucky occupant.

This truck is the reason why we do what we do. The concept, engineering, and final execution are unbelievable. Whether revving the engine for a crowd or cruising down the boulevard, Randy has himself one amazing machine.