The interior of the truck is also an amalgam of pieces. Not being one to throw any ideas out the door, Rob searched high and low for inspiration. He knew all along he wanted a custom dash, so the first item on the list was to begin creating a one-off dash, which Rob did himself. From there he built a custom center console that houses Auto Meter gauges in a vertical stack. But what really sets the console apart are the jewelry bracelets, an idea Rob's wife gave him, that are disguised as bezels around the gauges. On each side of the console is a new bucket seat from Summit Racing. Once again it's Rob's ingenuity that sets them off. As he works for an aircraft manufacturer, Rob yanked some aluminum aircraft seat brackets from the scrap yard, drilled some holes in them, and fabricated them to work with the seats in the truck. He made the door panels as well, highlighting them with aluminum strips from the aircraft scrap yard. Lastly, Rob upholstered the interior with red carpet and black vinyl. Not bad for a guy who claims to be a so-so fabricator.