The Brookville roadster body was sent to Craig Weber and Brad Aregood at R-Good's Auto Works in Arvada for some steel straightening. Aregood continued with the paint: a '77 Ford truck shade of maroon from PPG. Louie Allison from Westminster, Colorado, pinstriped the belt line, framehorns, decklid, fuel tank, grille shell, air cleaner, rims, and dash-using cream-colored lines to highlight and red to tie in with the wheels, engine, and suspension. The off-white firewall matches the dash and steering wheel. Rocky Mountain added the '34 Ford door handles, '37 decklid handle, '34 commercial headlights, and '50 Pontiac taillights. Pie crust bias-ply Firestones measure 4.50-16 and 7.50-16 and meet the road on a set of painted Lincoln steelies dressed up with chromed Merc caps and rings.