64 IMPALA – SixtyFour – Fully Functional 1:10 Scale Ready to Run Hopping Lowrider [REDCAT]
1964 Chevrolet Impala SS – Fully Functional Hopping Lowrider
Expertly designed and engineered, the Redcat SixtyFour hopping lowrider captures the 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS in a classic highly-detailed, fully-functioning 1:10 scale Remote Control Car. The SixtyFour was designed from the ground up with the lowrider, auto enthusiast and R/C scaler communities in mind.
Every detail of the SixtyFour was painstakingly and passionately created with scale accuracy and detail. The Impala SS interior and exterior badging adorn the 1964 Impala SS body and interior. 23 individual chrome plated molded parts are used to create the body’s accessories. Optional LED lights are available for night time cruising. Clear windows feature high quality chrome foil trim to complete the ultra-realistic appearance. The attention to detail continues below the body, with the chassis frame, faux transmission and functional solid rear axle with removable differential cover.
The SixtyFour is designed for slow cruising and performing tricks that you can only do with special hydraulically actuated suspensions. Using specialty servos and precision weight bias, it replicates the driving style and overall look of a full sized lowrider / hopper.
- Officially licensed and highly detailed 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS body
- Scale 14 inch spoked wheels
- Detailed chrome injection molded trim
- LED light kit ready
- Patent pending front suspension hopping mechanism
- Real-time adjustable ride height
- Ultra fast custom made REEFS RC Hopping Servo
- Two 25KG rear axle height adjustment servos
- 6-Channel LR6X Radio control with lowrider style switches
- Individual switches for each of the 3 height adjustment servos
- Momentary switches for raising either the front or rear to max ride height / hopping
- Momentary buttons for lowering either the front or rear to minimum ride height
Check out the Redcat SixtyFour Quick Start Video Guide: Visit YouTube – Redcat SixtyFour Quick Start Guide
Get FREE 3D Printable Accessories specifically made for the Redcat SixtyFour: Visit our Thingiverse Page
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Chevrolet, Impala, all related emblems, and vehicle body designs are General Motors Trademarks used under license to Redcat Racing.
OFFICIALLY LICENSED AND HIGHLY DETAILED 1964 CHEVROLET IMPALA SS BODY
Officially licensed 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS. The detailed body features clear windows with chrome window trim. Twenty-three individual chrome plated molded parts are used to create the body’s accessories.
INTERIOR WITH MOLDED STEERING WHEEL
Cut out the side windows or make it a convertible to truly customize your vehicle. Clear full body kits are available for those who want to make the SixtyFour their own!
Every detail of the SixtyFour was painstakingly and passionately created with scale accuracy and detail in mind. The Impala SS interior and exterior badging adorn the 1964 Impala SS body and interior. 23 individual chrome plated molded parts are used to create the body’s accessories.
LED LIGHT KIT READY
For cruising at night, an optional specially designed light kit just for the SixtyFour is available. The light kit includes 12 bright LED lights, part number RER13018, which will give your SixtyFour a more realistic scale look.
SCALE DETAILS THROUGHOUT
Scale 14 inch spoke wheels
Realistic scale boxed-crossmember frame
Realistic scale floor plan
Patent pending front suspension hopping mechanism
Ultra fast custom-made Reefs RC hopping servo & two 25KG rear axle height adjustment servos
LR6X 6-Channel radio control with lowrider style switches
BODY GRAPHICS INCLUDED
The SixtyFour Classic Edition is painted in a beautiful either candy apple red or a rich blue lapis color that shows off the detailed body. The Classic Edition includes user customizable body graphics consisting of either Pinstripes & Patterns or Sleek Scallops for users to install and customize their ride.
The SixtyFour Jevries Edition comes with a rich lapis blue paint that looks amazing. The Jevries Edition includes user customizable body graphics created by renowned artists and RC Lowrider creator Jevries. These graphics feature bold and colorful artwork that gives your lowrider a whole new look.
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RED 64 IMPALA, BLUE 64 IMPALA
Gotham Garage Tastefully Modifies A '64 Impala Into A Lowrider
Gotham Garage managed to strike a sweet deal for their hot-tub Chevy Bel Air for $50,000 and a fine 1964 Chevy Impala trade car. Now, Impalas are available out there without sweat and so, Mark comes up with a bold plan to build a lowrider out of it. And the Chevy Impala has a pretty well-versed in the lowriding scene.
This is a very thin line that they had decided to tread, and if they hit the mark right and impress the lowrider community, then their Impala would bag big bank! This is one of the most intricate jobs of Season 3 and Gotham Garage manages to impress with their fine craftsmanship.
The Car Masters team build a fine lowrider out of a 1964 Chevrolet Impala and impress the tight-knitted sub-culture.
A No-fuss Trade For The Chevy Bel Air Hot Tub Car
The team was lucky to get a well-kept 1964 Chevy Impala as the trade car for their Bel Air Hot Tub build. The car ran smoothly, had little to no body imperfections, and thanks to its desert roots, no rust at all. This bought Mark and his team a lot closer to starting on the lowrider-specific bits.
Related: Gotham Garage Converts A 1970 Mercedes-Benz 220 Into A Drift Machine
Building A Lowrider Is A Risky Affair
Lowriders were bought into the car world by the Hispanic community of LA who wanted to lower their car for style. They started by stuffing bricks and bags of sand to lower but soon was stuck with no way around California passing a bill, banning the lowering of cars.
That's when hydraulics came into the scene which helped them work on the loophole and carry on their need for lowering cars. But this community has been built on very strict creative rules that are very hard to fulfill. This is what makes the build challenging for the Car Masters crew, as if they don't hit the mark on the stance, bounce, and paint job; it's a huge miss.
Intricately Done Paint Job For This Bouncy Affair
The two crucial bits of a lowrider are its paint job and the hydraulic rams. Mark was very careful while catering to both these aspects as he went ahead and gave the Impala an intricate paint job using green, yellow, and blue.
As for the hydraulic ram kit installed a frame in the trunk to layer out 8 batteries and 2 hydraulic pumps to get the perfect bounce. As a fine touch to the intricate paint job, the Impala was given 13-inch golden wire-spoke wheels.
Related: An International Scout 2 Gets Beefed Up In Car Masters: Rust To Riches
A Classy Interior To Match The Vibe
The interior was also stripped out and the upholstery and trimming were replaced with a diamond-stitched all-white interior that was a staple among low-riders. The hydraulic-ram controls were layered out to the left with 5 classic toggles. The engine and other mechanical bits were left untouched as they were already in pretty decent condition.
Gotham Garage Impresses The Lowriding Aficionado; Sells It For $65,000
It was already a tough task for the Car Masters team to get hold of a buyer for their lowrider Impala. But even when they got Dyce who was in the market looking for a fine new lowrider, the crew was still nervous, because they still have to get the stamp of approval before pitching in the price.
But after taking a thorough look at the Gotham Garage creation, Dyce was cool with the build. But he wasn't bending to the initial $80,000 that Shawn had pitched. Finally, Mark shook hands for $65,000 which was still plentiful, despite being lower than their target. Their major feat here was Dyce's impression on the build, and they did just fine.
Just what is the Gotham Garage, and who are the players involved? Well, to answer these questions, you’ve come to the right place.
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SOLD OUT -The Rose’n One: HWC Special Edition ’64 Impala!
By Brad Bannach
Strike a pose! Our inaugural release of the ’64 Impala comes with a rose deco and is ready for a close-up. The adjustable axles allow for many unique poses as this Spectraflame magenta flower can sit low, sit high, or be positioned side-to-side. You won’t want to miss this lowrider as “The Rose’n One” becomes available at HWC on 4/13/21.
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The ’64 Impala is the quintessential lowrider as it rose to fame in west coast hip-hop during the 1990s. Often referred to as a “six-four,” these lowriders are a lyricist’s dream as the custom paint, wheels, and stance often tell a story.
Our special edition ’64 Impala has its own approach: to blossom into an icon within your own Hot Wheels collection. This release signifies the first time a lowrider has been released at HWC, so we thought we’d go all-out! The body is hand-polished, chrome-plated metal with a Spectraflame magenta finish. The deco features tampo-printed rose blossom and pinstripe graphics, with painted details and trim. Inside the vehicle, a vibrant two-tone purple interior features painted details including speakers that look as though they could make this car bounce. Lastly, a chrome-plated chassis shines light on the adjustable suspension feature that the team at Hot Wheels developed over 20 years ago! Need help seeing underneath? No problem. This release comes with its own rose-decorated mirror that can be placed underneath the car to view the chassis while the car is sitting upright.
This piece is definitely a showstopper: from the intricate rose theme that adorns the car, to the painted details on the body and interior, to the debut of the new Real Riders Low Rider wheels, this rose has no thorns. The license plate may imply that our six-four is “S’LOW”, but you’ll have to be fast if you want one for yourself to show.
- Features: Adjustable/posable suspension
- Body Color: Spectraflame magenta
- Deco: Rose deco and blue striping on hood and sides
- Body Type: ZAMAC
- Wheels: Real Riders Low Rider wheels with gold VUM spokes and white stripe tampo
- Base: Full-metal, chrome-plated chassis
- Window Color: Light smoke-tinted
- Interior Color: Violet interior with painted details
- Packaged in a felt-lined slipcase and box
- Each vehicle features an individually numbered sticker (xxx/20,000)
- RLC members (36-hour Priority Window): 4/13/21 at 9:00 a.m. PT until 4/14/21 at 9:00 p.m. PT
- Anyone (if not sold out): 4/15/21 at 9:00 a.m. PT
Pricing and Purchase Limits:
- Priced at $29.99 plus shipping and processing each; extra charges may apply for express shipping or special handling (customers shipping to Canada may be required to pay additional shipping charges or taxes)
- We do offer international shipping to other countries – please see shipping costs and details here (international shipping availability subject to change)
- Limit of ONE (1) per Club Membership; limit five (5) per household (if quantities remain, limits may be increased or lifted at our sole discretion)
- On 4/15/21, unless sold out, anyone can buy unlimited quantities (purchase limits subject to change at our sole discretion)
- Refunds only, no exchanges
Production cars may vary from the photos shown. Mattel reserves the right to modify the color, decorations, scale, body, and wheel type. Subject to product availability.
Top 10 1964 Chevrolet Impala Features
Web-popular features of an icon within Lowrider culture
Many of you will agree that the Chevrolet Impala personifies the Lowriding lifestyle. Introduced in 1958, the Impala's unique body styles and lowered stance up and until 1976, are a step away compared to the more conservative design of Chevy's the last 35 years or so. Today, that shape is precisely what draws the Lowriding culture to that model of car, which is highly coveted in the scene.
The 1964 Impala in particular, is the most sough-out model/year partly due to its own popular culture highlighted in Hollywood films and west coast rap songs and videos. The '64 Super Sport (SS) and the elusive convertible are even more exclusive. Due to its traditional design and shape, customization is usually simplified as the body style alone speaks for itself.
The '64 Chevy Impala could be called the "King" within the Lowrider culture and sport, so we compiled a list of the top 10 most popular features based on website popularity over the past decade - the builds you clicked on most. From Jason Johnston's chromed out "Southern Smoke" Impala, to Andy Rodriguez's snakeskin green '64, the features below are all unique builds that turn heads wherever they go.
At the end you will also find a few show winning Legends we had to give props to.
1964 Chevrolet Impala | Southern Smoke
Article excerpt: "When Jason bought his car, it was a solid builder that he purchased through eBay. He paid $2,000 for it and within five years on a modest income, he was able to turn it into the Lowrider of his dreams. Before long, the Impala was equipped with a new GM Performance small block 350, Street and Performance serpentine pulleys, an air cleaner, and valve covers. Jason kept the engine running cool courtesy of a BeCool radiator and with aluminum and paint throughout the engine compartment; the car's lines were hard- lined."
Why we love it: "Ever since Jason picked up his first magazine off of a friend's coffee table back in '92, he always dreamed that he would build a car of the magazine's caliber but never imagined that one day he would be reading about it."
Full article:1964 Chevrolet Impala - Southern Smoke
1964 Chevrolet Impala and 1984 Buick Regal | Catch Me 64 and the Aftermath
Article excerpt: "The car was pulled off the frame and fully reinforced, and was also given a four link extension to allow the car to lock up high so it could show off the fully engraved and chrome undercarriage done by Castanieda Engraving. The car also received a Street Life hydraulic setup, which allowed the car to hit back bumper and tower over the competition."
Why we love it: "This father and son build was done in just 26 days, as Spike has become a G-Body expert; thanks to the many he has built over the years. This project was no different than any number of frame-off custom cars that Gator Customs cranks out on a daily basis."
Full article:1964 Chevrolet Impala and 1984 Buick Regal - Catch Me 64 and the Aftermath
1964 Chevrolet Impala | The Money Pit
Article excerpt: "Andy was able to convince his grandfather to sell his prized possession - as long as it was guaranteed to stay in the family. Andy happily obliged his grandfather's wish, although once the car was in his care, he was determined to give it a complete makeover."
Why we love it: "He turned to Jerry Richardson for the metal work and then Danny Ray for the snakeskin green paint. The final touch came when his father, Art, who owns a custom interior shop, called Rod's Designs, decided to add a new twist. The team got to work replacing the stock interior with a full custom hot rod-inspired cabin from front to back."
Full article:1964 Chevrolet Impala - The Money Pit
1964 Chevrolet Impala Convertible | Patron
Article excerpt: "While some builders are lucky to be able to outsource their builds to experts, others with fewer resources have to build their Lowriders the old fashioned way; by doing the work themselves. One of these tried-and-true Lowriders is Jose Cornejo."
Why we love it: "Having never built or owned a vehicle like this one, Jose stresses the importance of the learning process this journey provided him. 'I learned how to do metal and body work in the process of building my car, and it took a lot of trial and error, but I was determined to build my car myself."
Full article:1964 Chevrolet Impala Convertible - Patron
1964 Chevrolet Impala | Respect Few, Fear None
Article excerpt: "Even though she was brought up around classic cars, it wasn't until she met her husband, Robert, that she really became passionate about them. 'He opened a whole new world to me,' says an excited Vanessa. 'He showed me the time and effort that is put into Lowriders and how to enjoy the process of building a piece of artwork that can be driven in the streets."
Why we love it: "The surprise hasn't lost any luster to Vanessa. 'I love my car. My husband can get in his car and go with the boys, while I can drop the top on mine and go cruising with my girls,' she explains. 'Robert likes his car real flashy but I like mine the way it is. It has an original look while still having a 'wow factor' to it."
Full article:1964 Chevrolet Impala - Respect Few, Fear None
1964 Chevrolet Impala SS | Red Passion
Article excerpt: "As a pioneer in the Lowrider movement in the '90s, Carlos had always wanted a '64 Impala. The car is considered by many to be a seminal model in the culture, and Carlos was ever so determined to get the keys to one."
Why we love it: "James McHugh of McHugh's Auto Body took the Impala from streetcar to show car by adding a four-pump, four-dump CCE hydraulic setup and notching the frame for the drive shaft. Still not satisfied, Carlos had master painter Keoni Teixiera from Sunrise, Florida add three shades of House Of Kolor patterns and gold leafing that flows throughout the body and even on the new set of Dayton Wire Wheels! The top was repainted in a tan pearl and pin stripes were added to accentuate the paint."
Full article:1964 Chevrolet Impala SS - Red Passion
1964 Chevrolet Impala | Game IV Life
Article excerpt: "Throughout the years, Harvey has had multiple cars but in 1991, he and his wife purchased this 1964 Impala. 'My goal was to have a decent car to represent our car club, our city, and our community in a respectable manner."
Why we love it: "The build was such a long process that Harvey had car parts laying around in the garage, bedroom, and even the kitchen. He got help from Gabe, who assembled the car in his garage and also received assistance from Bobby Morris and Tony Rodriguez. 'The build of a car can be stressful but the end result outweighs the all those headaches and I believe that with the support of your family and the praise of God that anything is possible."
Full article:1964 Chevrolet Impala - Game IV Life
1964 Chevrolet Impala SS Convertible | Katrina
Article excerpt: "The final upgrade was tweaking the suspension and the experts at Del Toro reinforced the frame and created the hydraulic setup using three Del Toro pumps with engraved backing plates. A four-switch panel controls all the moves the Impala can make. Walt, from Street Toyz, added the finishing touches on the car's frame, relocating the brake lines and adding high strength, upper and lower control arms. A linear actuator lifts the trunk so spectators can marvel at the level of engineering artistry. In every way possible, this Impala convertible is now a full custom that anyone would be proud of."
Why we love it: "When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, it gave everyone a reminder about what was really important in their lives. Suddy took the reflection from it as well and while Suddy wasn't able to share his passions with his parents, he certainly shares them with his wife Desiree and their three girls, Sierra, Summer, and Sienna. You can find them spending every moment they can in the family's cool new Chevy."
Full article:1964 Chevrolet Impala SS Convertible - Katrina
1964 Chevrolet Impala SS Rag Top | Bittersweet
Article excerpt: "Once it was home, 'Big T' and the boys started work on the classic Chevy. Before they could complete the car, Big T and the boys lost interest; pushing the '64 to the back burner as life had given them all different priorities. Years went by and though he tried to sell it, the sale of the '64 never worked out for one reason or another. Obviously, the Impala was meant to stay in the Vargas family."
Why we love it: "While this particular ragtop took an awful long time to complete, Big T and Possum never gave up, and the result is this amazing black beauty you see here."
Full article:1964 Chevrolet Impala SS Rag Top - Bittersweet
1964 Chevrolet Impala SS | L.A. Hennessy
Article excerpt: "The Culver's reinforced and wrapped the frame and body for strength. Josh enlisted the help of Kenny Ochs in Louisville for the engine work. The motor was removed and completely rebuilt, and a Ford nine-inch rear end was added."
Why we love it: "The '64 got a full makeover by Kenny Ochs in Louisville, Kentucky. The V8 327-c.i.d. was removed and rebuilt. Everything was chromed and painted to match. A 750 Holley carburetor was installed. The turbo 350 transmission has a shift kit installed. A custom handmade fan shroud out of aluminum was bolted in. The vacuum lines were given the hard line treatment."
Full article:1964 Chevrolet Impala SS - L.A. Hennessy
We cannot forget the historic '64 Impalas not included in the list above - the builds that won shows, inspired builders and wowed show goers. Below are two such Impalas you may remember: Loco '64 and Gypsy Rose.
"George Torrez and his very famous 'Loco 64' Impala was a three-time Lowrider of the Year champion. The award is won by the most tallied points in all categories from our Lowrider Judging system and is won at the Lowrider Super Show. The Tilt front end and Candy Red paint job by Rod Powell along with a fully loaded under carriage and best turn table display ever, made this 64' Impala hard to compete with," - Joe Ray, Editor.
1964 Chevrolet Impala | Gypsy Rose
Article excerpt: "This car was laced with one heck of a paintjob which included one hundred and fifty hand painted roses, each taking about an hour and a half to complete, thanks to the over twenty-five hundred leaf petals borne on the design. The crew also added cobb webbing, scrolling, and striping on the design to accent the pink base...Jesse Valadez was also honored with the Lowrider Hall of Fame Lifetime Achievement Honor for his community work and years of service as the President of the Imperials Car Club."
Full article:A Tribute To "Mr. Imperial Material" Jesse Valadez, Sr.
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