Once Stedman finished up the chassis, he began work on the body. It's easy to see by the '49's round and smooth lines that it's been cleaned up; however, it's a bit difficult to catch the subtle mods made. For starters, Stedman welded up the seam on the hood for a clean, one-piece look. Then the turn signals located beneath the upper grille bar were removed, and custom turn signals were mounted inside the headlights. Cleaning up the cab is the fact that everything has been shaved, besides the side mirrors. Craig also had Kelly Ferris make a one-piece windshield for the truck, and matching that is one-piece side glass. Besides the later-model bed, Stedman also shaved the tailgate and installed LED brake lights out back.
The next stop on the journey, which Seor Ricky's Auto Body is responsible for, was to paint the truck. Seor Ricky's blocked the truck and got everything smooth and straight before they applied the '49's custom-mixed burnt orange exterior. Juxtaposing the burnt orange is bright Billet Specialties Rat Tail wheels wrapped in BFGoodrich rubber.
Armando's Custom Upholstery was the last stop the Chevy made before completion. At Armando's they installed the custom-stitched brown and tan leather interior. They also built the custom center console, which houses a Pioneer multimedia head unit, and door panels. Dakota Digital gauges and a Billet Specialties steering wheel were also thrown into the mix.
Now that the truck is completed and on the road, Craig and Cindy once again have something to look forward to, because C&C is currently funding a '67 Chevy pickup!