Through the 20-plus years of Lowriding, DMack has owned a variety of custom lowered cars, including a '62 Impala, '64 Impala, an '87 Oldsmobile Cutlass, and a '93 Cadillac Fleetwood. The latter being the most customized car he's owned to date, and the car that earned him the coveted cover spot on the October 2007 issue of Lowrider Magazine. Now the owner of his own transportation company, DMack is now clear of cancer and doing much better health-wise, and he says that he has turned his focus on two new buildups; a '62 Chevy Impala convertible and a '63 Chevy Impala hardtop. The '63 is already 99-percent done, but he says the '62 drop top will definitely be the head-turner of the two when it's complete. He personally thanks his Detroit chapter for the work they're doing right now to his '62.
Looking on into the rest of 2011 and beyond, DMack takes his crucial role in the club in stride in the most humble way. He says that he's just trying to be the glue of the club. He remembers finding inspiration from looking up to a fellow member of Majestics, a man named A.C. "I looked up to him and respected him a lot because he took care of everything," DMack says proudly. "Now, I'm just trying to fill his shoes and keep all of the members on the same page. Yeah, we can preach that we're from the streets, but we'll continue to have this strong brotherhood from Compton to Amsterdam... And I know it's that brotherhood that'll keep the club moving forward." Spoken like a true leader.