Hollis' job has him working on sheetmetal every day, and his experience as a body man paid off when it came time to sort out the panels on his '89 regular cab. Hollis, along with Brad Stevens at DBS, removed all of the unnecessary and distracting blemishes from the truck's surface. Gone are the door handles, third brake light, stake pockets, taillights, and rear bumper. With all of the holes in the sheetmetal filled and smoothed, Hollis welded in a roll pan and flush-mounted two 12-inch LED strips to serve as tail lights. The front of the truck is also simple and clean, as a smooth front bumper and factory grille shell were prepped to match the rest of the truck's Prowler Silver paint from Lesonal. A billet grille insert and a billet Bow Tie are the only adornments and make for an understated overall look that will keep his truck looking fresh for years to come.
Special thanks go out to Hollis' wife Jennifer, Brad Stevens, and Jeremy Rhoden, all of whom helped make the truck a reality, and might be called upon when Hollis begins his next wave of customization.