Inside the cab is just more Peterman work. Darren and Raylund based the interior around a '69 Chevy bench seat that has been cut, narrowed, and altered to accommodate the Ford's cab. Once fabricated, Darren upholstered the seat in tan and bone leather. He also stitched the Rod Doors door panels while he was at it. In the meantime, Raylund was busy installing the Painless wiring kit, Dakota Digital dash, Vintage Air A/C, and more. Not wanting to cut up the dash, they also installed a Secret Audio stereo system with a JBL subwoofer and amp. A custom fiberglass center console was built as well. In the end, the project that was supposed to be done in a few years, so Darren could drive the truck to his senior prom, ended up taking more than 11 years! Yet, we somehow feel that the father and son team feel it was definitely worth the wait.