Les' stepson, Sean, installed and wired the audio sounds inside the cab. The good vibrations come from an Alpine head unit that was powered by a Rockford Fosgate Punch 400X-4 amp. Sean built a subwoofer enclosure that houses the 8-inch Punch P2 subwoofer located behind the passenger seat. The mid and high range tunes were delivered through four 6 1/2 -inch Rockford Fosgate power series speakers located in the kick panels and doors.

The immaculate interior was created by Paul Reichlin at Cedardale Upholstery in Mt. Vernon, Washington. Paul disassembled, redesigned, and reshaped a pair of Tea's bucket seats with larger bolsters. The seats were then covered in Spinneybeck, Quarry, and Velluto Pelle Italian leather. Maxwell's fabricated a custom Corvette-style center console, utilizing a Corvette storage compartment lid and the crossed-flags from an early-model Corvette. The center console houses the Alpine head unit, Vintage Air controls, Air Ride gauges, controls and the Long shifter. A Dakota Digital instrument panel was located in each of the custom dash pods. One is used to display engine vital signs and the other shows the time, direction, and exterior temperature. A painted ididit steering column was capped with a Billet Specialties steering wheel. Each of the door panels use '56 Bel Air armrests that were reversed and covered in matching Italian leather. The floor was given a layer of Dynamat to help eliminate the road and engine noise and to create a heat barrier before being covered with Mercedes woven charcoal carpet. The Italian leather, headliner finishes off the plush custom interior.

This one-of-a-kind '56 Cameo, that took eight-years to perfect, was definitely worth the wait!