Mark Edmeads, of Blue Collar Customs, in West Berlin, New Jersey, was recruited to color match the door handles, wiper cowl, and mirrors. Mark also shaved the tailgate handle and relocated it to the inside of the tailgate after Adam fabricated sheetmetal rear wheel tubs, bed floor, and walls. Once everything was sprayed Chrysler charcoal, the grille shell was fitted with an SL model honeycomb insert and black headlights were installed. Calling the Ram's exterior handled, Adam switched his focus to the interior where comfort and functionality were key.
Adam chose to bring the red wheel and charcoal body color theme inside as Carl Miller, of Vernon, New Jersey, reworked the factory seats in red Allante vinyl. The headliner and visors were wrapped in matching red Allante and Adam dyed the dash and door panels for a full color swap. An SRT-10 A-pillar is filled with a trans temp gauge and a dual pod housing, complete with air pressure gauges was fitted to the steering column. Cliff Designs components were installed in the factory locations and complete the vibrant interior.
Doing much of the work himself and leaving the rest to good friends, Adam has himself a respectable custom that is equally at home on the highway as it is in a truck show winner's circle. Keeping things simple, while making the truck as low as possible, this truck is a great example of having fun while doing what you love. Adam was quick to thank his wife Sarah for all of her support, everyone who helped out on the build, and his fellow Negative Camber club members.