This Impala was converted to a lowrider in the early 80's by Reds Hydraulics for a guy called "Dollar", it rolled on the back streets of Compton for the lowrider club Majestics, Compton chapter. I bought the car from Dollar in 2007, imported it to Sweden myself. When it arrived I tore down the car in molecules and rebuilt everything from scratch, the way a modern lowrider should be build today. Painted by notorious DOC from Majestics car club.

I have spent about 3500 hours on the car today. Reborn as ”Blackout”

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Pictures taken by: G.S. Benyamin Professional Photography

Custom made ProHopper competition 4-pump system anodized purple color.
Chromed cylinders with 8" stroke front and 16" back.
Competition motors
Capable to jump really high, backbumper!
#13 ProHopper pumpheads front
#11 Marzocchi Colossus pumpheads in the back
12 group 31 series batteries, 1000CCA each, flaked purple

Alot of custom chrome, control arms, rearend, inner fenders, dashboard, hinges etc etc
Car is painted with a black base with red candy on top, patterned roof.
Paint by notorious DOC from Majestics car club.
Flaked engine, transmission, engine bay etc
Full frame reinforced with 1/4 inch steel all four sides, pinstriped by Samuel
Digital dash by Dakota Digital
Disc brakes front, 2way system by CPP
350 engine with Powerglide transmission
Holley lowrider carburetor
Homemade support bearing that works!
Special built drivetrain with slipyoke.
Black Magic wishbone chrome
Titanium scrape blocks

The most famous lowrider in Sweden today, it has been featured in numerous television shows, commercials, and in Swedish and foreign automotive magazines. Win awards wherever it attend shows in Sweden and Europe. A winner!

The car is featured in the latest

commercial that is aired on tv right now.

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The car has been featured in Wheels Magazine.

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It has also been featured on primetime Swedish Television, TV Kanal 1, show called ”Biltokig”.

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Now featured on Swedish Television SVT show called ”Motorsystrar”.

Click here to check it out.  21 minutes into the show.