It’s not what you see inside Bisquik, but rather what you don’t see. For example, the power window and lock switches are mounted at the front of the stock bench seat, just underneath the driver’s and passenger’s legs. The steering column was pirated from an 1988 Chevy Cavalier. An Orion-amplified stereo is also tucked away throughout the cabin. The interior wiring was done with Painless Wiring harnesses. A Boyd’s Ultra Classic wheel connects driver to car, while things are kept dry with A&M Soffseal rubber window seals.