Though Dave committed to crafting every interior panel to reflect the pickup door panels' pressed-rib patterns, there was one problem: "I didn't even have a bead roller when I started building the car," Dave admitted. And, although he bought one, he made his own flared-hole dies to dimple the screw holes. Rather than one firewall, this has two with insulation sandwiched between them. The clutch and brake pedal arms look convincingly Ford-like but are actually Pete & Jake's. "I just took a grinder to 'em until they got some nice shape," Dave revealed. The entire floor is steel, but Dave recessed it just enough so thepyramid-patterned rubber matting sits flush with the floor edges.