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The insides of the Jeep are boringly functional with a few extra Auto Meter gauges, a stock tilt column, and some Bestop seats. The NV4500 and Atlas were moved upwards to give the Jeep a flat belly so the floor above was cut and channeled over the drivetrain. Then to seal up all the body work and keep out some of the noise, a coating of Rhino Lining was sprayed for a clean look that is easy to hose out. In the bed resides a Tuffy toolbox stocked with tools and spare bits. Though it looks like a trail-only machine, this cockpit has served as home base for a handful of long road trips, and if Freiburger could have it his way this would be his roaming home office.