Vintage Air A/C and a Custom Auto Sound stereo system keep the cab comfortable. Allen rides on a stock C10 bench, recovered with a CST upholstery kit from Classic Industries. The CST kit along with the rest of upholstery, and carpeting was done by Sam Head at Hermosa Auto Upholstery (owner of the '50 Chevy on CCT's March '09 cover). The stock dash is filled with Auto Meter gauges, with wideband air/fuel ratio, water temperature, and fuel pressure gauges mounted below, all powered via a Painless Wiring kit. The Grant steering wheel is mounted on a stock C10 tilt steering column.
Big Al's Ol' Red Truck is like one of those two-head coins we were talking about. It succeeded in keeping him out of trouble for three years while he built it and it turned out better than he had expected. It's powerful and it's reliable and it's magazine-quality good-looking. So it's really like a three-headed coin. Is that possible?