10 Months
Lowrider|December 2019
That’s All It Took to Get This Killer ’63 Impala Together
Beto Mendoza

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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