Custom classic given a 1930's gangster makeover and fitted with a LS-1 Vette engine.
This incredible looking 1963 Buick Riviera makes a change from all those Geneva debuts and garish SUVs. Custom-made by Fesler for Tony Diaz, the co-founder of toy maker Ronin Syndicate, the instruction was to create sinister looking car with a 1930's gangster vibe. No part of the Riviera has been left untouched. It features custom vertical headlights, shaved door handles, LED strip taillights, 20-inch Fesler deep-dish alloys, and an awesome flat-black paint job.
All that exterior aggression is matched by a LS-1 Corvette powerplant coupled to an automatic gearbox and custom exhaust system.The interior was completely gutted and transformed with the installation of leather seats with suede inserts, brushed aluminum panels on the dash and center console, Dakota Digital gauges, as well as mod cons including a/c, power steering, electric windows, alarm and a 3,000-watt Kicker sound system.