The 1964 Buick Riviera has won the Ridler Award in 2014. The JF Kustoms team apparently with a lot of effort made this car something else. They shortened the car 18 inches and hand-built the front fenders. The wheel archers and the rear were moved three inches forward. JF Launier modified the hood-he shortened it and reversed the hinges. The rear is stretched to five inches and the rear quarter panels are also handmade. A yellow base was put down with a red spay over the top so to give more depth. The Riviera is powered by a Chevrolet LS 6.2 Liter V8 engine which can produce over 850 hp. The crew paid as much attention to both – exterior and interior. The interior of the car is also stunning.