Fesler Tuned 1963 Buick Riviera Custom

Custom 1963 Buick Riviera

The last week has been all about the Geneva Motor Show and all the fancy tuned cars and the super cars, and everything in between (we’re not done covering it yet).  But today I thought I’d change things a bit and show you guys (and the odd girl) this incredible 1963 Buick Riviera tuned by Fesler.

The car was custom made for Tony Diaz, CEO and co-founder of toy making company Ronin Syndicate.  Mr. Diaz wanted a car that looked sinister and had the 30’s gangster vibe, complete with tommy-gun carrying gangsters.  So, Tony approached his friend Chris Fesler and the end result of their work is this incredibly beautiful and menacing custom 1963 Buick Riviera.

Every part of the Riviera has been touched and massaged into this custom one-of-a-kind ride; from the low stance and custom wheels, to the completely re-done interior- this Riviera looks like a rolling work of art.  The car features custom vertical headlights, shaved door handles, custom LED strip taillights, 20” Fesler deep-dish wheels, and a menacing flat-black paint job.

1963 Buick Riviera by Fesler

The interior has been completely gutted and now features brushed aluminum panels on the dashboard and center console, leather seats with suede inserts, and Dakota Digital gauges.  The car also features creature comforts found in new cars, such as: Air Conditioning, power steering, power windows, and an alarm system.

A car that looks this good on the outside needs a special engine and the Fesler tuned Buick Riviera has just the right engine; an LS-1 V8 with a 4l60 automatic transmission, and a custom exhaust system that’ll sure wake the neighborhood.  If not that then the 3,000 watt Kicker sound system should do the job. Via: Fesler

Fesler Tuned 1963 Buick Riviera Picture Gallery

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