With the body together, the truck was taken to Carrol Estes in Cedar Hill, Texas, where he finalized the bodywork and laid down the vibrant PPG Red paint. From there, the oak flooring was dropped in the bed, and the truck was on its way to the interior shop.

As it turns out, the truck didn't have to go far, because Danny is an upholstery man. Just like the old saying goes, if you want something done right, do it yourself, and that's exactly what he did. Danny wanted an interior that looked simple yet elegant, so he started by building some custom door panels and kick panels. Next up, he dropped in a '95 Chevy pickup seat and built an overhead console. With the interior pieced together, he covered it in tan leather and laid down a tan wool carpet on the floorboard. Because of the Vintage Air system, he also fabbed a custom dash plate beneath the dash to hide the A/C ducts. Bringing the interior to life are custom billet door handles, dash inserts, and other various pieces. Inside the instrument cluster are VDO gauges. Although Danny's Ford may not be keepin' it real, it is keepin' it real cool. And that's all that matters, right? Right.