What makes up a truck's interior? A bench seat, a rubber floor mat, roll-up windows, and a makeshift cup holder? For many trucks out there (one of mine included), this setup works great, but what happens when you build a truck that bucks the norm? Well, unless you've been sailing around the world in a canoe, you've probably seen at least one of the last few installments on the '53 F-100 the Roadster Shop is building. They are trying to push the envelope and raise the bar at the same time with every aspect of Mike Crimaldi's F-100.

Its cab rusted away on a dump truck chassis for most of its life until the crew at the Roadster Shop got a hold of it and brought it back to life and then some to the point that it's becoming celestial. This month we're taking a look through the new one-piece side windows to get a glimpse of how things are shaping up on the interior. They've done way more than just ordering an interior kit for the Effie and slapping it in. As you will soon see, there're more hours logged on the interior fabrication work than many people have in their whole truck! Even if this interior style isn't your cup of tea, you can hopefully be inspired to dust off or buy some fabrication tools and create your own--after all, it's only metal! Follow along and see what's possible if you try hard enough, and check back for the next installment.

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