Special shirt designs created for the “DECEPTION”

An other pleasure to create this design for my good friends Kenneth and Kenny Jr.
This graphic design based on the flyer I did recently for these cool guys, will be printed on a short sleeve work uniform they wanna wear at car shows, where they promote their “Deception”.
Watch out of the back of these guys!!!

The Deception is a Father/Son project – a 1964 Buick Riviera restoration which took many years. (I had already told about this car in previous blogs… Check them out!).


Flyer created for Kenny’s Deception

It was such a big pleasure to create an info flyer for my good friends Kenneth and his son Ken.
This Flyer is a give away they use at car shows where they promote the Deception – a 1964 Buick Riviera they restored while years! This car is just a bomb!!! 👊🏻🤪 (I had already told about this car in previous blogs…)

Clean ’65 Buick Riviera by Top Notch Customs

Coco Chanel once famously said, “Fashion fades, only style remains the same.” Some things just never lose their cool factor. Certain trends have come and gone in the car world, especially lowriding, but others never get old. Even unmodified, few would argue that a car like the 1965 Buick Riviera looks all that dated. In fact, according to its owner, Rudy Trevino, it even drives like a modern car.

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Kenny’s Deception at Chicago World Of Wheels 2018

Kenneth and his son Kenny Becker had a wonderful time at the Chicago World Of Wheels sowing their amazing “DECEPTION”, a full customized ’64 Buick Riviera. We had some lines about it here before. Find also a short interview with Kenny about his outstanding car here.
Kenny’s 64 Riviera made a good impression at the show. Won First Place in Class, Outstanding Engine, Outstanding Paint and a really Special Award from Rad Rides by Troy. THANKS Troy for selecting the Riviera!”

The award is in recognition of Troy Trepanier father Jack who pass a few years ago. Jack was a wonderful car guy that shared his love of cars with his son Troy and fellow car Enthusiast.

If you don’t know Troy Trapanier or Rad Rods by Troy check this link:  www.radrides.com …Kenneth say about him, he is the BEST Custom Car builder in the nation! Troy has built Riddler Cars and this year he was selected by his piers as the Best Car builder at SEMA.


Interview with Ken Becker Jr. about his 64 Riviera “Deception”

Nicknamed “Deception”, this beautiful custom Riviera was built by Ken and his father — also Ken — in a garage the low-slung street cruiser was a seven-year frame-off build. Power comes, appropriately, from a Nailhead engine, modernized by a Buick “Star Wars” air cleaner. The body modifications include shaved door handles, hidden headlights, and frenched 1989 Cadillac taillights, and that classy two-tone green paint. The interior features 2010 Cadillac CTS front buckets.
Ken said he likes the way the Riviera’s chiseled bodylines were a ’60s alternative to the round curvy lines of the ’50s.

Source: http://www.hotrod.com/articles/43rd-msra-back-50s/

Written by Tim Bernsau on August 29, 2016
Photographer: Robert McGaffin

1964 Buick Riviera Custom

1964 Buick Riviera Custom & Engine start up @ World of Wheels on My Car Story with Lou Costabile

This is Ken Becker being interviewed about his son’s (Ken Becker Jr.) 1964 Buick Riviera. The only thing more special than the car is the relationship between the two of them. The talent and knowledge they share about classic car restoration is secondary only to the bond they share, it’s quite special. “Deception” (The name of Kenny’s 1964 Riviera) took 7 years in a home garage and became such a work of art, such a labor of love… a must see for any classic car enthusiast!

(Citation of Ken’s daughter on Youtube)

Mother of all Rivieras, the Buick Riviera Silver Arrow

Concept Car at The Sloan Museum
Buick’s iconic 1963 Riviera luxury sport coupe actually began as a Bill Mitchell concept attempting to marry the high-end sporting character and passion of an Italian Ferrari to the shear-edged luxury look of a British Rolls-Royce.
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