The interior is a blend of original and custom touches. The stock '34 Ford truck dashboard is fitted with a SO-CAL Speed Shop (Pomona, CA) insert and VDO gauges; Jim Vickery of Brizio's was responsible for the truck's wiring. From here the cab's interior is covered with Dynamat (Hamilton, OH) insulation and black nylon loop carpeting. The handiwork of Sid Chavers Interiors (Santa Clara, CA) is on display in black and white leather over the custom bench seat, door panels, and headliner. A Lokar (Knoxville, TN) shifter controls the Golden Gate Transmission (Pleasanton, CA) prepped TH350 featuring a mild converter, shift kit, and a Customs by Common's driveshaft. Other Lokar items include the pedals that rest atop the Pete & Jakes pedal assembly.
Any hot rod truck worth its haulin' power needs some horses under the hood and this '34 isn't to be outdone. An Edelbrock crate motor with 410 hp and 408 lb-ft of torque arrives here through the use of Edelbrock aluminum heads with beefed up springs and 1.5 ratio roller rockers, intake, 650-cfm carb, and camshaft. Other go-fast goodies include a MSD (El Paso, TX) ignition with Taylor (Grandview, MO) wires and Sanderson (S. San Francisco, CA) headers, Dynamax mufflers, and Brizio-fabbed exhaust tubing all ceramic coated. In the "lookin' good" category, Edelbrock valve covers and an air cleaner are used. Cooling this potent hauler is a Walker Radiator (Memphis, TN) brass radiator, block driven fan, and an Edelbrock water pump.
There's no mistaking the distinctive look of a freshly built hot rod employing many of today's popular components. Yet there can be no denying the presence of the time-honored appearance of a hot rod truck from long ago.