Inside the C-10 is its most talked Winter about feature-the seats. There's many a head that gets scratched trying to figure out what those way cool-looking buckets are from, and most never guess they belong in a Ford Galaxy. DJ's upholstery in Bowling Green did a fine job stitching the custom interior using the latest faux leather material, RAVE. The interior's Flame Red color against the black paint looks striking, classy, modern, and nostalgic, all at the same time. A Corvette steering wheel, Classic Instruments gauges, Vintage Air, and an Alpine stereo also occupy the cab.
After it was all said and done, Roddy is happy to have gotten sidetracked-look what he has to show for it! He wanted to make sure to thank his wife, lisa, and their children, Matthew, Taylor, and Emily, for all their patience, as well as Ronnie Cline, Mark Shultz, Roger Minyard, Mike Cornelius, Billy Russell, and David Woodall for all their help. And we'd like to say hats off to everyone!
Facts & FiguresRoddy GrimesBowling Green, Kentucky1968 Chevy C-10