1961 CHEVY IMPALA BUBBLETOP
350 with Edelbrock Endurashine induction
House of Kolor Pagan Gold with candy and pearl fade, pinstriping and leafing by Mike Lamberson, roof patterned by Coast One
New sway bar and Y-bar; hardlined hoses, A-arms extended and molded; two custom pumps, three Adex square dumps, four solenoids, three Parker slowdown faucet valves, Stucchi check valves, machined aluminum blocks, and four Optima batteries; work done by A1 Hydraulics and Locos for Life Hydraulics; 8-inch front cylinders, 12-inch rear
California Upholstery with LED lighting throughout
13-inch 72-spoke straight-laced Zeniths with powdercoated hubs/Remington 155/80R13
What started off as an older restoration was brought back to life as a neck snapper. Using a variety of warm earth tones, a new vision had already been formulated, but it was up to him to get it done. With the help of some of the biggest names in the lowrider game, he got to work creating this one-off bubbletop and the end result is a car that is as visually stimulating as it is soothing.
From the hood to the trunk, you can get lost in the details. This timeless classic is sure to become a crowd favorite that will influence the next generation of lowrider fans and builders alike.
To view the full details of this redux, visit lowrider.com.