I've been wanting to do a post revisiting one of our favorite Impalas of all time....Allen Duke's 64. We posted it here a couple years ago when we stumbled across our friend Howard Gribble's collection. The red/silver scheme is an instant classic, with white interior, sitting on Supremes. But the previous incarnations stand on their own as well. To put it simply, Allen Duke had class. Whether the car was sitting in the driveway in simple 2 tone blue enamel, hitting the boulevard in lavender lace panels, or behind the velvet ropes in red and silver with cobwebbing, it made a statement that still resonates today. For me, it embodies the essence of what Los Boulevardos strives to achieve with our cars. Class and Style. I can't think of many builds that had more than Allen Duke's 64. Many thanks and respect to the Duke of Wilmington himself. And thank the car gods for Howard Gribble as well. He's responsible for blowing our minds yet again with this rare video footage and previously unreleased photos of the Allen Duke 64 cruising the streets in its various stages from 1968 to 1969. Forget everything you think you know about lowriding. This is what its all about.