To add the final bit of glamour to the mix, the team at Back Bay Customs played their cards just right when they started to massage the vintage steel body back to perfection by adding just enough subtle fabrication changes to make Detroit's original design even more seductive. Once all the body lines were razor sharp, a lustrous coating of Martin Senour Infinity Blue Sapphire metallic was laid down, sealing the deal. To be sure that Rufus' business office was every bit as comfortable as his favorite easy chair at home, Justin Cunningham and Steve Ursino of Kustom Kreations of North Reading, Massachusetts, took on the task of trimming out the interior with yards of butter soft Doeskin Bisque leather. Combined with a knockout sound system, Vintage Air, and an ididit tilt column, you couldn't ask for a more comfy cruizin' zone.

Thanks to the team at Back Bay Customs along with Lindsay McConnell (who helped out in locating many of the hard-to-find parts for the car), Rufus can now live the dream each and every time he fires up his coupe and heads out on the road to lay down mile after mile on this wicked Mopar