This ’65 Impala convertible kicks ass and so does its owner…literally.
As beautiful as they are, ’63 and ’64 Impalas have become somewhat of the norm in lowriding. So, when a clean ’68 like Novan Fontaine’s pulls up, it’s not only refreshing but definitely something to take note of
This 1972 Chevrolet Monte Carlo may be picture perfect, but its real beauty—as with all lowriders—can be found in the story behind the build
When Robert Trevino isn’t designing and building custom pools he’s infatuated with motorcycles. So, when it came time to build his own, he went all-in and dove into the deep end.
Antonio Sanchez’s used to be focused solely on hopping and winning the title “King of the Streets.” But after bagging the title he decided to flip the script and build himself a luxury street ride
Choosing between a ’58 or ’59 Impala is a difficult choice, but what if you already owned 2 ’59 Impalas? At that point, the decision is easy: get rid of one ’59 to acquire a ’58
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.