The floor hump was cut out to make room for the twin sticks, NP 435 Gear Banger Trail Edition shifter, and the NP 203 Doubler shifter and a new set of covers were made.
The glove box was moved 3"s to the left and the dash corners were cut down by 2.5"s. This allowed the front down tubes of the cage to be as close to the dash and windshield frame as possible. Which added more leg room and now the down tube is much straighter for more vertical strength.
The ash tray, speaker grill, and light bars were removed for a cleaner look. I added the check engine light and power point to the dash just to the right of the ignition switch.
The instrument cluster was sent to Utah to be refurbished by fallingdown a member and vender on this site. He did a fantastic job Thanks Kevin.
The steering column was rebuilt and all the shift rod holes were filled in and sealed. A custom aluminum lower bearing and seal housing was built by a friend at work to replace the old ford plastic bearing cover. I installed a steering wheel from an 84' F-150. The outter diameter was about 0.200" larger than the standard shift collar so I milled out a cover ring for the back of the steering wheel for a cleaner look.
I built the column cover at the dash from aluminum and added an aluminum bracket for the line lock brake valves just below the column cover.
I welded a 2" X 2" piece of square tubing into the bed floor to tie the main hoop of my custom 8 point roll cage to the frame. The rear corners of the bed are tied to the frame with a brace that also supports the rear hoop of the cage. All the grab handles for the cage are 316 stainless steel.
The seats are Hunsaker Motor Sports suspension seats with Schroth 4 point harnesses from HMS Motor Sport.