As far as bodywork goes, Edd was lucky because Myrtle was apparently a careful driver. Along with the lack of dents was a lack of rust, so after making sure the body was straight, he sprayed the truck in DuPont Cloud Mist Green. The stainless grille bars came from CW Moss and the front bumper is from Dennis Carpenter, while out back he had Brian Richardson make a custom roll pan that houses vintage Ford passenger-car taillights and covers the No Limit gas tank under the bed.

Inside the cab is where Edd planned on spending quite a bit of time, so a comfy bench seat was had from ISS and covered in Papyrus and Taupe Ultra-Leather along with the rest of the door panels by Cooks Upholstery in Murphy, Texas. Under the dash, Brian Richardson made the filler that houses the Coyote air conditioning controls, outlets, accessory VDO gauges, and the Pioneer stereo.

We're pretty sure that even in Myrtle's wildest dreams she never imagined her old truck would turn out to be such a stunner. It beats rotting away behind the garage waiting for that elusive "someday." Nice work, Edd! CT