Noah’s crew also fabricated a custom exhaust system including the headers, with stainless piping leading all the way back to the oval tips, which were placed in the bed sides for maximum clearance and good looks. And even with the truck making gobs of power, the guys at Classic Car studio still wanted to lighten it up as much as they could, so a custom bed floor and inner sides were created from aluminum panels, with a matching treatment in the engine bay. As always, dimple die holes make everything look awesome, so plenty of those were thrown in as well! Keeping things extra trick are hinged aluminum access panels throughout.
Pete’s F100 did already wear some pretty awesome patina, which would have fit right in with today’s popular “as-found” styling, but he opted to go full-tilt and give the body some new life. Every panel was painstakingly worked back to perfection, and after many hours was finally ready for a custom-mixed semi-flat red, with black and gunmetal accents to break things up a bit where needed. The hood was also cut out and a scoop added to help feed the throttle bodies as much air as possible. With the exterior now executed to perfection, it was time to turn the bland interior into more of a cockpit.