The 2014 Don Ridler Memorial Award winner is J.F. Launier, who owns JF Kustoms—the shop that built the car. The main body is '64 Riviera, but Launier incorporated a lot of sports car into its design with vents in the handmade quarter-panels and front fenders, as well as a GT40-type "well" in the hood to help direct air over the car for added downforce (plus pull air through the radiator). The stock rear window was replaced with a "boattail" window from a '76 Riv, and the rear apron utilizes "splitters" to direct air from under the car. The interior is hand-fabricated as well, covered in leather, and features one of the car's most unusual design elements ("a giant piece of pipe" as Launier calls it), that runs from the intercooled twin-turbo system found under the backlite, up over the passenger's head inside the car, then through the dash and firewall to feed the 6.2L GM motor that cranks out 850 hp, delivered through a six-speed trans. Mike Curtis of Curtis Speed came up with the stunning wheels, which are mounted with a knock-off nut.