1963 Chevy Impala Lowrider… Rarely do cars like this come on the market in Australia.
Nicknames and themes are as much a part of lowriding as Locs and 13-inch wires. This is a tradition that dates back to the late ‘70s; a testament to each builder and constructing something that is as much a part of them as their first kid. This lowrider is called Sueno De Guerrero wich translates to Warriors Dream
Originally built approx 20 years ago by Mike Valdez and painted by Delgado’s Customs in San Jose, California in 2000 and did it’s time in L.A before being imported to Australia in 2006 and was show by that owner until changing hands to it’s current own in 2011… This car has won awards both in the USA and here in Australia. Making its debut appearance in the Australian scene at Canberra’s infamous Summernats, the Tre took out Top Graphics in the Elite class, has won best murals classes every where it goes.
It’s clear the endless hours that have been invested into the ’63. With Candy Apple Red paint, pin-stripping, airbrushing, plus silver and gold leaf, it’s hard to not sit and stare at each panel for hours. Airbrushed on the boot lid and flanks is an Aztec Warrior theme, hence the vehicle’s name “Sueño De Guerrero.” Factor in this is a 20 year old car now, some of the chrome shows age, it has some paint chips, it’s got great history and is one of Australia big names back in the day before lowriding was as popular as it is now… This is an American legend and available now!
Drive line is made up of a 350 small block and T350 auto trans, 2 pump hydro Black Magic system, 13″ 100 spoke wires and boot fitout with huge stereo system.
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Located at 2 Palings Court, Nerang on the Gold Coast, Queensland. Inspections by appointment only, ph 0416407540. We are also practising social distancing so please be mindful of the 1.5m rule.