Strike a pose! HWC 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.
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.
HWC 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 they thought they’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”.