When you think of Canada, the first thing that may come to mind is snow, but Canada is such a huge country that the climate varies in different places. Like for instance Quebec—summers can actually become quite humid and there are even periods of “Indian summers” too.
So wherever there’s convertible weather you will find a lowrider convertible too. Justin Dagenais is a proud member of the well-known car club Luxurious from the Montreal chapter. He loves to represent his sport and hobby in his heat wave yellow ’64 Impala drop-top as he goes for a spin throughout Canada’s second most populous province.
The California car was purchased in Toronto and already had the yellow standout color he liked. From that point on Justin went through the rest of the car. Wrapped frame, lifts, sounds, and a leather interior complement the Pablo Escobar-themed murals. Just in case you might see something bright coming at you on an October or November winter season somewhere in Canada, it just might be another Indian summer, or if it has a Luxurious plaque up, then it’s Justin in his six four rag!
Vehicle: 1964 Chevy Impala Convertible
Vehicle Nickname: “Mrs. Escobar”
Owner: Justin Dagenais
City/State: Quebec, Canada
Engine: ’72 383, Turbo 350 Transmission, Be Cool Radiator, Hooker Headers, Thrush glasspacks, Edelbrock intake, March Serpentine pulley system, Lokar brake/gas pedals, MSD distributor, Optima batteries
Body/Paint: Sikkens paint by Mike’s Customs, Murals by Juice
Interior: Upholstery by Cyr Rembourage
Suspension: Fully wrapped frame hydraulics by Kartel, Montreal
Sound System: Pioneer
Wheels/Tires: 13-inch wire wheels, 13-inch Coker tires