Inside, all the factory sheetmetal was sprayed Viper Red to match the underhood and undercarriage scheme. Center stage in the cab is an ISS bench seat covered in lipstick-red ultra leather. Rusty's feet are set in plush luxury thanks to black Bentley carpet. Bill's Upholstery in Arlington, Texas, spread the interior thick with the chosen materials. A B.A.D. billet steering wheel keeps this Krusty's Kustom on the straight and narrow, providing the rack-and-pinion with the needed input through a billet, polished steering column. Speaking of billet aluminum, the door handles, window cranks, steering column accessory arms, and shifter are all made out of CNC material and polished to a bright, smooth sheen. Rusty chose a JVC CD head unit to play his favorite tunes while enjoying his ride.
Originally built for SEMA, Rusty tells us it was a mad rush to get all hands equipped for the finished product. Rusty thanks everyone for all the dedication and hard work. On a sad note, Rusty says this truck is dedicated to his friend, the late Stephen Butler, who worked day and night to get this truck finished in time for its SEMA release. Through the magic of friendship, Rusty managed to finish his backdraft-equipped truck with a hardened stance.
It takes mucho metalwork to accomplish a road-dragging stance like this.
An ISS bench seat adds the right look to the simple interior's classic nature.
Rusty's '68 sucks up the Center Line Archer wheels and Toyo tires with ease.