Lobeck's paid special attention to the interior of Gina's ride, and goes as far as saying "it's a lady's car" because of its ease of function. A Brookville '32 three-window dash was used expressly due to its glovebox, so Mrs. Adams can keep her things from flying around the open cockpit. One of the knobs on the dash pulls out, which starts the car, eliminating the chance of keys scratching the dash. Being a Dearborn Deuce, when the top is folded out and power windows are up, a Vintage Air climate control system allows Gina to stay cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Creature comforts include a Wise Guys bench seat (covered in the same green leather as the door panels by Portage Trim) complete with fold-down drink tray and armrest, and a Juliano's '40-type steering wheel bolted to a Flaming River tilting column.