Ted Drewes has provided an Arctic refuge for overheated residents of St. Louis, Missouri since 1929. The family's private custard recipes inspire fervent fans. Almost hot enough to thaw the icicles off Ted Drewes is this spectacular 1953 Buick Skylark. Built to celebrate Buick's fiftieth anniversary, this limited-production cherry chariot is not for the fainthearted. It features Buick's first V-8 engine and a chopped windshield, which, together with the sensationally dipped belt line, make it the automotive embodiment of a fireworks display. With a hot ride like this Buick, a cool custard stop is a necessity.
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January 22nd, 2019
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