The woodwork in this car is nothing short of amazingmostly because its not really burlwood, but a paint process from Innovative Coatings. Its a dip process: The liquid coating floats on the surface of a tank of water, then the parts to be painted are raised up through the coating. Once dry, they so closely resemble wood that a couple of local beavers had to be fitted for dentures after a close encounter with the dashboard. A Painless Performance wiring harness provides power and the original gauges were refurbished by United Speedometer Service. Bob Drake provided much of the reproduction interior trim while a Vintage Air Gen II system cools the Texas summers. A Lokar shifter handles gear selection.