Metz sectioned the body on Ray's Buick 5 inches before the top was chopped 3 inches. The entire front end assembly including the cowl and windshield were thrown away. The door posts were removed, and a 1955 Buick top and windshield were crafted on to the narrower 1950 Buick body. The most eye-catching feature of the car was the outward slanted tail fins. The exhaust tips were routed through modified Ford taillights. Up front, Plymouth front fender sections were grafted to the Buick fenders. Two halves of a 1935 Chevrolet grille were mounted horizontally. By lowering the chassis 6 inches, the overall height of the car was 4 1/2 feet.
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