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The most obvious mod to the interior is the custom dash. Hilton says, "I custom made my dash so I would have more room in the Jeep. I removed the window channel from the tub and made the dash from 1-inch tubing. I bent the tubing and used 16-gauge sheetmetal to form the tub back to the new dash. I laid my gauges out on poster board and made a stencil that fit inside my tubing." The folks over at Wiegand Fabrication cut the dashplate with a waterjet, and all of the gauges are from Equus. Other interior mods include Pro Comp Super Seats on custom rollcage mounts; a modified Grant steering wheel; a custom underseat 22-gallon fuel cell; and a custom console that holds a Pioneer CD player and a variety of switches. That big ol' shift knob? It's a float from a bulk fuel storage tank.