In fact, smooth just happens to be the operative word when trying to describe the sacred space Jim created inside of the GMC's cab. The headliner was ripped out and the entire ceiling was layered in fiberglass, as were the sun visors, pillars, and all four door panels. The '88-'98 interiors are roomy as it is, but the hard, painted panels found in every direction make for a free-flowing, cavernous environment. A front-to-back, center console was fabricated by Tracy Morris, and has been packed with two Kicker subwoofers, air gauges, and a bank of billet switches that handle window and altitude control. A set of Tahoe seats were decapitated, and then wrapped in black Ultraleather for comfort and style sake. Jim admits that he couldn't be more content with the outcome of his lounge on wheels. Honestly, this interior has enough swagger to rival any Vegas VIP room- but be careful with the champagne because cup holders are the only amenity missing from the cab.

Jim will be marching his inch-to-inch, completed GMC to as many events as possible during the 2010 show season. Consider it a victory lap celebrating the conclusion of a long three-year, bucket-to-cover-truck metamorphosis.