Robbie Blackwell has a 1999 Ford F350 that he's taken completely apart, all the way down to the frame.
Robbie said he stripped and repainted the frame. The suspension was replaced completely with an air ride system, and the front beams were replaced with new ones, lowering it more than 3''. The rear was moved to the top of the leaf springs, and all but two lenders were removed so the air bags would be doing all the work. All of the glass was also replaced.
"There is nothing that wasn't either modified, replaced or rebuilt," Robbie said. "It's a real eye-catcher, and at times, gets more attention than I want."
The inside cab was covered by dynamat, and he built a custom speaker console for the rear and replaced the rear bench seat with two bucket seats, just like the front. All the interior trim panels and the four seats were re-covered with a material that looks like carbon fiber, Robbie says. He also did all of the trim work, including making the seat covers. The dash was painted black, and some of it was covered with real carbon fiber. The four-door interior trim panels were modified to fit larger and much better speakers, then smoothed and painted Gloss Black.