With supercar news being all the rage the last couple of days due to the big car show happening Geneva it might be easy to forget that not everything to do with incredible looking cars has to do with carbon fiber and multi-million dollar price tags.
Case in point is this jaw-dropping beauty of a custom job that Tony Diaz, co-owner and CEO of toymaker Ronin Syndicate, had tuning genius Fesler do to a 1963 Buick Rivera.
Riaz began his mission years ago when he started looking for the perfect car to be turned into his perfect “evil mission”
“I had been looking for a Riviera for a long time,” explains Tony. “I wanted it to look thug, but not modern-day thug—more like something from the ’30s,” proclaims Tony. “Like you would expect dudes with tommy guns to jump out of it.” Tony definitely had gangster goals, and thankfully his friend Chris Fesler was up for the task of making Tony’s dreams a reality.
I strongly suggest grabbing your drool towel folks because this ’63 Rivera is definitely a thing of beauty.
via Beautiful Life