Body & Paint: The simplest paint sometimes speaks the loudest. The Westinghouse white finish shot by Mike in his shop (it's actually PPG White basecoat with clear) is broken up with a little Cherry Red on the wheels and grille. The rumble seat and roll-down rear window (Mike used a Jag window motor) lead people to think the car is steel. In fact it's 'glass, massaged just minimally by the guys at Mike Goldman Customs. Other outside elements include '50 Pontiac taillights and the Diamond Rio headlights that launched the whole project.
Interior: They ran out of white, all right. The interior of the coupe is drenched in red. The custom bench was handbuilt by M&M Custom Interiors in Holly Pond, Alabama, and upholstered in genuine tuck 'n' roll by Pam and Wayne McGriff. A pair of Dolphin gauges was added to the stock dash. The banjo-style steering wheel was customized by Dennis Crook. An ididit tilt column, Lokar pedals, Pioneer sound system, and Air-Tique climate control are slight exceptions to the traditional theme.