In the time it takes some folks to get their car out of the paint shop, Pinky, from El Monte, California, was able to build this '63 Impala, and the results are nothing short of sweet. He started off with a car that was left in the Arizona sun. It was weathered, neglected, and beat, but the body was clean, so he struck up a deal with his friend who owned it.
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Tavares Family Super Show
Now an Official Lowrider-Sanctioned Show
How Many Years Would You Wait to Build Your Dream Car?
These Are The Good Times
A Cadillac That Takes Away the Stress and Strife
Paying Homage To His Bloodline
Worth The Wait
A Paintjob Reminiscent of a Warm Desert Sunset
Bumps In The Road
Putting Passion on Hold
Built One Sunday At A Time
Aparent's time is limited, especially if you’ve got a son playing football at Syracuse University and a daughter playing volleyball at University of Alabama.
A Teacher's Influence '63 Chevy C10
While attending Yuba High School, Sal Mendez was given the opportunity to paint his autobody shop instructor’s personal Chevy C10.
Movin' On Up
Started With an Accord, Now He’s Here
That’s All It Took to Get This Killer ’63 Impala Together
Why California isn't banning gaming PCs (yet)
The state isn’t banning them outright, but there are concerns.
Fire Forecasting Could Reshape California
AI that predicts wildfires could keep many homeowners from losing their insurance. How else could it help?
Data Breach Exposes Student Requests For Vaccine Exemptions
Personal information from students at a California college who requested a religious exemption from the COVID-19 vaccine has been posted online after an apparent data breach.
MINERALS TO BEWARE OF Myrickite
Some venomous snakes and stinging wasps and bees advertise their dangerous nature with bold red, yellow, and orange colors that seem to say, “Stay away!”
Kill a Plant.
Humans have unmatched power to alter natural landscapes. Let’s use it for good.
INDIANA NOTIFYING 750K AFTER COVID-19 TRACING DATA ACCESSED
Indiana health officials said they are notifying nearly 750,000 state residents that a cybersecurity company “improperly accessed” their personal data from the state’s online COVID-19 contact tracing survey — a description the company disputed as a “falsehood.”
The Five-Step Sit-Down Plan
Don’t neglect the value of a smart changeover routine
NEW TECHNOLOGY PROPELS EFFORTS TO FIGHT WESTERN WILDFIRES
As drought- and wind-driven wildfires have become more dangerous across the American West in recent years, firefighters have tried to become smarter in how they prepare.
West Coast Coppers
Plant flowers and use multiple feeders to attract Allen’s hummingbirds.
The Street Vet
A California veterinarian makes house calls to pet owners who have no place to call home