The most recognized Low Rider on the planet is “Gypsy Rose”, owned by Jesse Valadez. Though the original was severely damaged in an accident, this recreation, like the original, is decorated with 150 hand painted roses. In April of 2017, this 1964 Impala was inducted into the Historic Vehicle Association’s National Historic Vehicle Register (NHVR). The Petersen, Los Angeles, CA.
Troy Trepanier and Rad Rides by Troy are building this ‘29 Model A Tudor for brothers Mark and Dennis Mariani. The number of modifications, custom built parts and level of workmanship are mind boggling. Grand National Roadster Show, Pomona, CA.
Miss Behavior… kustom 1961 Impala Super Sport convertible
Imagine driving this beauty based on a new first year SS to college when new? Our friend and follower Robert did! By the way, she was sold out of the SW Wisconsin area years ago, any idea or leads as to where the car is today? Let me know, I’ll pass the info on.
Featured on the cover of Street Rodder magazine in 1978, this is the “Cool 50″ 1950 Mercury Kustom of Richard Zocchi. After years of moving from one owner to another, it is back in the hands of the Zocchi family once again. Goodguys Del Mar Nationals, Del Mar, CA.