Car was found in a warehouse in Columbia SC. The inspiration behind the build was to fix the roof where the paint was coming off. I wanted the car to be different and catch everyones eye at the same time. That's were the wild ideas started flow and the paint started to be sprayed.
How long did it take you to build?
The car took 7 months to complete.
How long have you been building?
I have been building cars since the age of 15. My first project was a 1964 chevelle SS 283 4-speed car.
Street Stalkers Columbia SC.
Your future plans?
The Buick will get some A/C to keep the passengers as cool as the car.
51,000 original miles stock drivetrain including the exhaust.
Shauna my wife for putting up with the late nights and many weekends. Chad Martin of Chads Custom Dreams for working with me to lay down the color, and Paul Aragon Sr. for the wild upholstery work.
Too many to list. I have had quite a few early ford hot rods to a handful of GM muscle cars and now several late 50's to early 60's GM cars.
Stock Chassis with Air Lift 3P/3H air management.
Mods to Frame
Air bagged chassis
Twin 480 Viair compressors
Air Lift 3P/3H management
AIr Lift Dominators
Chrome, Paint, or Polish
Custom roof/trunk paint job
Front Wheel Type
24" gold spokes
Rear Wheel Type
24" gold spokes
Front Wheel Size
Rear Wheel Size
Front Tire Size
Rear Tire Size
7 different Candies 4 different bases
House of Kolor
Chad Martin of Chads Custom Dreams
Chad Martin and his apprentice Rob Tansey
Glitter vinyl, mohair, and pink leopard
Lowrider/psychedelic inspired theme that keeps you trippin.