With any custom truck build, the paint scheme usually tends to separate those that are forever remembered and instantly forgotten. Pablo understands this sentiment quite well and nothing but the best would do. Enter Rafael Felix from Custom Interiors and Paints of Dinuba, California. Felix sprayed an absolutely stunning coat of House of Kolor Burgundy Kandy on top of the F-100's pure steel body. Wraparound pinstriping, realistic chrome visual effects, and handmade wood grain inserts secure this Ford's claim to its winning originality. If Pablo ever decides to cash in on his investment into the truck, he may be generous enough to include the 16 trophies and 17 plaques that the truck has earned-earnings that are no doubt a direct result of the Ford's profitable pigmentation.

Since the truck was being well taken care of at Custom Interiors and Paint, it made perfect sense to let the fellas give the interior the same treatment that the exterior received. The dash was smoothed in order to be painted to mirror the outer skin and two-tone beige cloth was used to wrap the two front bucket seats that used to reside as the 2nd row seating from a '98 Suburban. Dolphin instruments monitor the vitals and a Vintage Air A/C setup keep things chilled inside the F-100's already cool cab. A Sound Storm audio setup, which includes a head unit, subwoofer enclosure loaded with a DHD power cruiser sub, and high and mid range speakers in the center console and door panels, provides ample audio amplification.

Once every aspect of the truck was customized one way or another, Pablo chalked his rolling retirement fund up to a financial and personal success. The three and a half years that were spent piecing the F-100 together were wisely spent and not squandered. Pablo worked very closely with his friends, sons, brother, and loving wife-a genuinely priceless experience. Sounds to us like Pablo has already reaped the rewards of completing his latest custom ride.