No Limit Engineering's latest work on the 28th Annual F-100 Supernationals giveaway truck focuses on the cab. No Limit recently fashioned a center hump dashboard, dubbed Cyclops, out of the BeBop's fiberglass dash. In last month's issue of CCT, No Limit fabricated a custom trans hump from raw sheetmetal to cover the Tremec manual transmission.

At the same time, Rob MacGregor, No Limit's fearless leader, installed the truck's steering column. Instead of opting for a pure off-the-shelf item, No Limit contacted the steering column specialists, ididit. Given the F-100's Ford Racing theme, No Limit wondered if ididit could provide a brushed-aluminum, black-anodized tilt steering column. Knowing ididit, we would have been surprised if they had said no. Thanks to No Limit's idea, hobbyists can now custom-order a black-anodized, brushed-aluminum column for their truck. Everyone at ididit liked the racing-oriented, blacked-out look so much they added the item to their special-request product list.

Rather than describing how cool the custom column looks, why don't you see for yourself? Watch over No Limit's shoulder to see how to install an ididit tilt column in a custom classic pickup. By doing so, you're bound to get some stylishly smart ideas.

Bebop's Glass Works
392 County Road 609
TN  37303
No Limit Engineering
455 S. D Street
San Bernardino
CA  92401
610 S. Maumee Street
MI  49286
Tremec Transmissions
14700 Helm Court
MI  48170
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