Fernando Ruelas' 1937 Buick
1937 Buick owned and restyled by Duke's member and President Fernando Ruelas of South Los Angeles, California. Fernando bought the car at age 14. When he bought it, the Buick became the oldest car in the neighborhood of 38th street. Fernando called the Buick the Black Crow. He never parted with the car, and when he died on 2010, it was passed on to his first born son Jason Ruelas. Jason actually got the car when he was born, but it was officially given to him in 2003. At the time, the car was the oldest Duke's-car in the club.
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