Although the interior of the truck was pretty clean when Nick brought the C10 in originally, a few upgrades were in order to bring it up to caliber with the rest of the truck. The Travis’ Upholstery door panels and seat remained untouched, with the minor addition of the electric window buttons replacing the stock window cranks. A number of other stock items were also replaced, including the gauges and gauge cluster, steering wheel and column, glovebox, and stereo head unit. A set of Autometer carbon-fiber gauges replaced the stock items, as did a No Limit billet insert with matching glovebox door. Billet Specialties provided the steering wheel and horn button as well as the matching set of pedals. An Old Air A/C unit maintains a comfortable temperature for those toasty Texas summers while an Alpine head unit, amp, and subwoofer provide the tunes to cruise to.
The finished product is a study in what makes a classic truck so appealing to such a broad fan base. Timeless styling coupled with a great stance and perfect paint is a winning combination every time. And we couldn’t think of a more fitting tribute than a classic truck started by father and son. CCT