This four-year project moved along faster than the timeline suggests, and Rick was happy to finally get the car home. Once there, he set the Caddy up to be show ready, giving Bugs of Arizona the green light to add some extra stripping to the undercarriage and the trunk. Additional pinstripping was performed by Julz of Killer Koncepts, who finished up the remaining loose ends on the build, and thus, "Eyes Without a Face" was born. Thanks to a little patience, Rick's latest creation is finished and sitting pretty, making this '84 Cadillac Coupe DeVille well worth the wait. You can currently catch Rick hitting the Boulevard in this one-of-a-kind '80s beauty that meshes the perfect balance of class and style, and is sure to influence another generation of builders. Eyes Without a Face Owner: Rick Ortega Vehicle: 1984 Cadillac Coupe Deville City/State: Covina, California Club: Lifestyle, Los Angeles Engine: Stock 4.4 liter engine, candy painted to match and fully detailed with chrome and other tricks Body/Paint: House of Kolor Candy Brandy wine, pinstripped and muraled with pearl and candy murals that can only be seen in certain lighting Interior: 2007 Cadillac seats; two-tone full leather interior by Henry of Henry's Customs Sound System: Nesa headunit, JBL Audio sound system featuring two amplifiers that power the midrange and subwoofers, and two 10-inch monitors Set Up: 2 Aluminum Red's pumps, dressed with a whammy pump, 4 Adel dumps plumbed and hard-lined, and four 31-series batteries Tires: Premium Sportway 5.20s Wheels: 14x7 100 Spoke all chrome Dayton Wire Wheels « | 1 | 2 | 3 | View Full Article By Saul Vargas Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!