The candy apple red, all steel-bodied Sillouhette was hand formed and built by Bill Cushenberry starting with a modified '56 Buick frame. The car was completed by the summer of '62, and sported a fuel injected Buick engine and wire wheels. These were later replaced with a dual quad 429 Ford and slotted mag wheels in 1963, when it was purchased by Ford to tour the with the ICAS events as a featured car of the Ford Custom Car Caravan. The complete half of the windshield in front of the integrated roll-bar is hinged at the base to tilt forward. The steering column also raises to allow for easy access into the red and white leather interior, which features a "floating" instrument panel and bucket seats.