Inside the belly of the beast, Roger installed a pair of ISS bucket seats laced with tan Ultra leather and snakeskin. Custom door panels and a center console match the seats. A custom J&B dash insert with Auto Meter gauges bring some life to the cab. A Flaming River steering column with a Billet Specialties Hollow Point steering wheel also made their way into the Ford. Bringing the high horsepower theme inside is a full roll cage. After countless hours of blood, sweat, and tears Roger's version of the family truck was finally a reality. He had successfully transformed his father's first truck into what he proudly calls, "The Asphalt Assassin". Although the Ford is still going strong after four decades, the final chapter for Roger's family Ford is yet to be written, because Roger's son is next in line to get behind the wheel of the '65.