The rear bench seat was scratch-built and covered with cinnamon-colored Scottish leather as was the stock front bench, all by Fast Ed Brescia.
Note the use of nickel-plated grommets and the double-diamond stitch pattern on the front and rear seats.
The brushed nickel dash insert is equipped with Classic Instruments. The headlight pull-switch and ignition appear stock but, upon closer examination, they’re plated in brushed nickel.
A Corvette LS1 from Turn Key sports 400-plus horsepower and his linked to a 700-R4.