A few months ago we debuted CLASSIC TRUCKS' new DIY column with an in-depth two-part installment on doing your own upholstery. Well, despite the fact that piece showed the basics of hog-ringing seat covers and gluing carpet down, it was really aimed at GM folk. Not wanting to offend any of our Blue Oval brethren, we cordially bring you the F-100 version of do-it-yourself upholstery.

Thanks to Blue Oval Truck Parts, you can obtain all the new materials required to spruce up your F-100's innards: the headliner, carpet kit, door panels, and a two-piece seat cover. All you need are the tools, fastening agents (spray adhesive and staples), and a pair of hands or two. It's that simple.

Whether your truck's fresh from paint (if the inside of the cab is in need of new paint, we'd highly suggest doing that before installing any new upholstery), or just needs a little interior redecorating, don't let a high quote from a professional upholsterer put off what you can do yourself for pennies on the dollar in comparison. And as long as you're not out to win the biggest trophies (that's why the pros get the big bucks), you'll be happy-and your truck will love you that much more!