Looking to seal the deal and create an interior worthy of a show truck, Trent once again looked to Moonshine Customs who smoothed and painted most of the interior and painted the fiberglass sub box in the back of the cab. Housing three Audiobahn 10-inch subs and powered by a huge Orion 2500D amp, Trent's F-150 s the perfect escape for those dreaded exams. Mids and highs are handled by MB Quart components in the door panels and controlling the system is a Pioneer DVD head unit. Spider Gear Customs, in Douglasville, Georgia, wrapped the bucket seats in blue and grey leather and KustomCreationz.net out of Canada built the one-off billet steering wheel. Finishing off the interior, Moonshine Customs installed the blue-painted one-piece fiberglass headliner.

Besides adding some dress-up chrome, JBA headers and exhaust, and an Air Force One air intake under the hood, Trent's Ford was ready to terrorize the reflectors on the Georgia highways. Extending thanks to his dad, David and to Moonshine Customs for all of their quality efforts, Trent was quick to say this truck taught him a lesson he'll never forget. It may have been a long hard road to get his truck where it's at now, but we're confident that Trent's next build will cause even more drool to fall.