A few more flicks from the second part of our coverage from Jimmy’s Holiday BBQ. As we come closer to the end of the year we want to thank you all for your continued support.
Close Encounters: Plenty of top-notch builds pulled up to grab a spot. This white ’57 was blindingly bright and the wine colored ’64 Impala was a rare sighting and the first time we’ve seen Tweet bring it out.
In.fcken.crdble: Cory St Clair never disappoints but this one right here is is pure art. The composition, the detail, and the family portrait make this heartfelt mural a timeless classic that speaks volumes about what this culture is all about. Family.
Topo aka Wide Body King played a key role in getting things situated and in proper order for the Holiday BBQ.
Secure: The entire compound was locked down and the invitation-only event played home to some of LA’s best.
Nuff said: The King of Chevys apparel line just recently dropped. Slide over and get yours for the Holidays.
Big Frank Hydraulics Ford LTD is a sure-fire stunner and his work always sports a pleasing aesthetic.
No Words: This ’57 Bel Air was defintiely a head turner and the hydraulics setup is pure art.
Done by Big Frank Hydraulics, the trunk of this ’57 was definitely a sight for sore eyes.
A pair of red Impalas that turned heads and had fingers pointing.
Plain & Simple: This badass ’57 Bel Air hardtop was another crowd favorite.
Speedy’s Metal Finishing busted out a clean ’60 Impala to add to the collection.
You can never go wrong when you paint a classic Impala in a factory color code.