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Posted on Nov 9, 2010
We just have too much good stuff from SEMA. This 1949 Buick was on display in front of our Mothers Polish rig at The Show. It was done by Justin "Jockey" Hills. The base car was found in a junkyard in the Midwest. It was in need of a lot of work. And Jockey brought it back to his shop. Now, here's the most impressive part - Hills & Co. Customs is located in Taree NSW, Australia! Jockey's specialty is finding 'Murican classics and restoring them with a deft touch. This '49, appropriately named "Art Deco" has been chopped, channeled, with a section trunk lid, peaked hood, frenched headlights, shaved everything and more. And it may just be us, but we're partial to that impossibly lustrous black finish. Hello, Darkness.