I asked Allen to tell me about his beautifully customized 1952 Buick and he started by saying it was "deported."
I flinched for a moment and he explained that the Buick trade-mark port-holes had been removed from the front fenders.
Then we went on to discuss all the other modifications: frenched headlights, rounded corners on the hood,
tail fins extended with recessed '59 Cadillac taillights frenched in, a 1950 Buick deck, which is lower and
more rounded than the '52 deck-lid and gives the car a much better look. All ornamentation has been removed from
the hood and deck, or they have been "shaved" in the terms of an old time hot rodder. The rear fender skirts were
hand made and fitted into the rear quarters giving the side of the car a great long, smooth and low look.
It has push button doors and a very nicely done Autumn Orange paint job with ghost flames.
Believe me we didn't cover all the custom work done to this wonderful car and the pictures don't do it justice.
You have to see it and study it to truly appreciate it.