After years of building, Junior was able to incorporate several ideas into the interior, all of which would be added by AJs of Garden Grove. He decided to load up the car with power accessories, and modern effects that would act as creature comforts. Once the power windows were installed in the car, Junior ordered a chrome Ididit column, a Budnik billet steering wheel, and Dakota Digital gauges. The interior featured a custom center console, and an overhead console which were painted, and custom leather wrapped bucket seats. The leather and suede were also featured in the back panels, which were also painted to match the dash and consoles. Once the consoles were painted, they were given to Sal Elias of Santa Ana, who airbrushed murals on them. Sal also did the murals on the underside of the floorboards. This '64 build was finally complete, showcasing a variety of accessories and ideas that were incorporated into its ten-year build. Take a look at Junior's "Guilty Pleasure," now that it is finally complete. Guilty Pleasure Owner: Junior Garcia Vehicle: '64 Chevy Impala City/State: Garden Grove, California Club: Imperials Car Club Engine: Stock 283 and Powerglide transmission Interior: Leather and Suede custom interior with painted accessories to accent the interior. Set-Up: Two Evergreen custom whammy pumps, 4 squares, 4 filters that were all connected by approximately 120 feet of stainless steel tubing. Wheels: 14x7 all chrome Dayton Wire Wheels Tires: Premium Sportway 5.20s « | 1 | 2 | View Full Article By Saul Vargas Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!