Now that SiniSSter had what it needed to walk the walk, it was time to talk the talk. New sheetmetal sourced from Dynacorn was installed, along with ABC Performance mini tubs. The drip rails and door locks were 86’d while custom badges were created at Myles Tool Company. The Ring Brothers were tapped for a set of billet hood hinges – works of art, really - and a pair of door handles. The handles, bumpers, badges and balance of exterior brightwork were ceramic coated in Titanium Silver.
Interior choices can change the demeanor of a car; aluminum-sheet door panels, bare Kirkey high backs and a ratchet shifter on a pedestal scream grudge-night street race. On the other hand, leather-wrapped, sculpted door panels and matching, bolstered bucket seats and a swoopy center console point the way to a pro-touring runner, which is the route Joe took in the ’66. The seats are actually out of a Mustang, though disguised with TMI Sport XR covers. A steering wheel from Billet Specialties helps point the way, and a VHX-66C-CVL instrument system with Black Alloy face styling takes up residence in the stock dash. Vintage Air supplied an air conditioning package, and the whole car has been strung with a Painless Performance wiring harness.