My 1961 five-window Ford Econoline Pickup is something that you won't come across very often.
It features a white fur interior with metalflake vinyl upholstery, a custom dash, fabricated from the rear window surround of a 1961 Ranchero and the gauge cluster from a 1958 Edsel.
Body modifications include a custom fabricated and chromed rebar grill, side panels have been lowered, 1950 Pontiac taillights, and a 1952 Pontiac bumper that has been narrowed and flipped upside down. The truck has also been lowered. Live lake pipes run down the rocker panels. The side windows have been altered to eliminate the window wing post. The wheels are vintage 1960s 'single-rib' Radirs. There is a white metalflake-upholstered tonneau cover that opens with electric actuators to reveal a white fur interior. The tonneau cover can support a person, laying on it.
The paint is a combination of candies, metallic, and heavy metal flake. There is a slight 1960s-style fogging around the edges of the vehicle.