Sam Barris turned his 1950 Buick Sedanette into a historic icon in the world of Traditional Kustoms. The top was chopped three and a half inches in the front and much more in the rear. Sam removed the drip-rails and to prevent the water from leaking into the doors, Sam formed a similar rail inside the door opening.
Up front it has frenched 1953 Buick headlight rings. The stock grille was replaced by a 1953 Oldsmobile grille bar mounted below the stock Buick grille frame. The grille tips contain air scoops that direct air to the car's interior. The front bumper is a reworked 1951 Buick bumper. For a clean look, Sam also nosed the hood and filled the portholes.
The car was painted with a Golden Maroon Bronze color. To give the car the right stance, Sam lowered the car just over 3 inches. The car was equipped with 1953 Cadillac Sombrero hubcaps. The car also sports dual Appleton spotlights to set it off.