Inside the cab an Easy Wiring kit made it just that, and everything was lined with Dynamat for sound and heat control. The dash was smoothed leaving only the stock gauge cluster, which now holds a set of TPI-Tech Instruments gauges. The Alpine stereo is located in the custom-fabricated console that resides between the two bucket seats. Power window switches and the shifter are also located in the leather-covered console. The Flaming River steering column and Billet Specialties steering wheel complete the interior appointments. A Vintage Air heat and air unit was installed in the truck for year-round comfort. After the fabrication was complete the dash was treated to matte finish paint, and the buckets seats were stitched in a traditional wide pleat design. The end result is a comfortable cab with modern seating and timeless design. Once again, James performed all the work.
Finally the old truck was back home in Terry's garage, but it didn't stay there for too long. Terry takes the truck to several major events each year, often with Wesley, who is a second-generation gearhead. They also enjoy local cruise nights in the truck and while it has garnered its fair share of awards, to date the most prestigious award was being selected as a finalist for the Goodguy's Rod & Custom Association Truck of the Year. Terry has spent over 40 years with the same truck; some guys just know a keeper when they see one.
Wut size rims and tires you have on here
What size tires and rims you have on this truck? I have a 59 gmc too that am going to fix up too.will a small block 350 fit in it,