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Hill’s Hot Rods Builds a Game-Changing Mopar » MCP-1012-Cover-08

The interior is a mix of custom-built panels and reshaped seats, and a custom front to back flowing console built by Jimmy Davis of JD Glassworks. The seats were stitched by David Fisher of Fisher Auto Trim in Lubbock in a combination of licorice ultra leather and charcoal ultra suede. A Billet Specialties Chicayne steering wheel tops an ididit steering column, while gear commands are handled through a Hurst pistol grip shifter. The Hemi’s behavior is monitored through Auto Meter Old Time white gauges.

The interior is a mix of custom-built panels and reshaped seats, and a custom front to back flowing console built by Jimmy Davis of JD Glassworks. The seats were stitched by David Fisher of Fisher Auto Trim in Lubbock in a combination of licorice ultra leather and charcoal ultra suede. A Billet Specialties Chicayne steering wheel tops an ididit steering column, while gear commands are handled through a Hurst pistol grip shifter. The Hemi’s behavior is monitored through Auto Meter Old Time white gauges.


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