Yaril Quintana's 1959 Buick

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Yaril's Buick as it sat before he restyled it. Stock with a lowered stance. Photo courtesy of Yaril's Customs.
Vouge tires and full hubcaps. Photo courtesy of Yaril's Customs.
Prepping to strip the original paint. Photo courtesy of Yaril's Customs.
The body in bare metal, ready for epoxy primer. Photo courtesy of Yaril's Customs.
Photo courtesy of Yaril's Customs.
Photo courtesy of Yaril's Customs.
Photo courtesy of Yaril's Customs.
Photo courtesy of Yaril's Customs.
Yaril's Buick as it sat in July of 2013. Photo courtesy of Yaril's Customs.
Photo courtesy of Yaril's Customs.
Photo courtesy of Yaril's Customs.
Photo courtesy of Yaril's Customs.
Yaril's Buick as it appeared in August of 2013, after Yaril had painted the roof, deck lid and the top of the fins. Photo courtesy of Yaril's Customs.
Photo courtesy of Yaril's Customs.
Photo courtesy of Yaril's Customs.
Photo courtesy of Yaril's Customs.
Photo courtesy of Yaril's Customs.
Photo courtesy of Yaril Quintana - Yaril's Customs.
Photo courtesy of Yaril Quintana - Yaril's Customs.
Photo courtesy of Yaril Quintana - Yaril's Customs.
Photo courtesy of Yaril Quintana - Yaril's Customs.
Photo courtesy of Yaril Quintana - Yaril's Customs.
Photo courtesy of Yaril Quintana - Yaril's Customs.
Photo courtesy of Yaril's Customs.

1959 Buick owned and restyled by Yaril Quintana of Yaril's Customs in Hialeah, Florida. Yaril built the Buick as a tribute to his grandpa "Lolo". When Lolo first moved from Cuba to the United States, his first car was a 1959 Buick. Yaril has an old photo of Lolo sitting in the Buick, and it was that photo that started it all.[1]


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