Suede and silver paint make for a clean, streamlined interior space.
Inside the Tacoma's cab, there aren't a whole lot of in-your-face color schemes or flashy bells and whistles, and there's nothing wrong with that. In fact, keeping things simple and tidy is always a safe bet. The dash has received a slick 'glass and paintjob and the black suede-covered seats, headliner, and door panels add a nice, classic touch to the interior. A to Z Upholstery in Hudson, North Carolina, and the Taco's proud owner are responsible for the interior spray and stitching-hats off to them for completing a fantastic feat of neat. A Pioneer head unit and Infinity 61/2-inch speakers have been employed to fill the cab with tunes.
It's always great to see the actual owner of a feature truck getting down and dirty while preparing their truck for the limelight. Now even though it takes a team of capable individuals to pull off a successful build, there are very important behind-the-scene players that deserve recognition as well. Malcom would like to thank his wife, Chancey, for putting up with his truck habit and a special thank you goes out to Malcom's supportive grandparents. Malcom would also like to extend his appreciation to Jason Cable AKA Ball Valve, Shawn Annas, Zach Hatton, and Nancy and Eddie Perry. Congratulations on the finished project Malcom. Skip the champagne toast and twist the top off another chilled bottle of barley soda instead.