A ’64 Impala is what Alex Hutton had always dreamed of. It was the car he wanted and the car he’d build in his head. Even when his father had a ’66, the ’64 was a void he always knew he’d have to fill.
A ’64 Impala may have been a car that Gabe Baca dreamed about building for quite some time, but his overall plan was to build it so he could give it to his first born.
The Fleetline, often referred to as a “German Helmet” is an integral part of automotive history. It’s adored by classic car lovers and a common site in lowriding.
The ’64 Impala is considered by many to be a benchmark of the lowrider lifestyle, but for Tomas Requejo, his Impala is a source of pride, as his it pays homage to his creativity and his struggle
As an impressionable young man, Jose Garcia dared to dream big, and with patience, dedication and laser sharp focus, he not only built an incredible ride, but turned his dreams into a reality.
This Monte Carlo spent years been tearing up the streets of Espanola, New Mexico before finding a new purpose as an art piece on wheels.
Johnny Martinez Jr. may look like any other proud owner of a clean lowrider bomb, but there’s so much more to him. Like many lowrider enthusiasts, he has a story to tell
For Victor Rivera, his ’65 Impala is more than just a showpiece to display his shop’s capabilities it was also his entry ticket into the world of lowriding
This is one bomb you have to see to believe with the work put into it not only being a labor of love, but a part of the process that keeps us attached to tradition
Built to honor a good friend, this lowrider pays tribute to her memory while serving as inspiration to fellow women lowrider enthusiasts.