Scott's next major decision was how to create an interior that could hold its own against the new-and-improved exterior. He decided to stick with the clean-shaven look displayed outside and shaved much of the interior's workings, including door handles. The A/C controls and window switches were then tucked away, and custom door and kick panels were fabricated as well. Bucket seats from a '91 Suburban were installed, but not before they were cut down. Between the seats lays a custom floating center console that houses the audio controls. The entire insides were then wrapped in two-tone gray Katzkin leather. Next, a custom-made Auto Meter gauge cluster was installed by Hill's Hot Rods, along with a B.A.D. Crokus billet aluminum and blue custom steering wheel. In the end, Scott was left with the truck he always dreamed of, and in the process proved yet again, that when it comes to classic trucks there is no such thing as a bad investment.