Devil in a blue dress. I now believe in love at first sight. When this Riviera pulled up to the BBQ I instantly swooned. The 70’s were responsible for so many big luxury barges. Occasionally they turn out extraordinarily elegant. This Buick Riviera with immaculate deep blue paint and hideaway front lights was hands down my favorite car that day. I also liked the (what I’ve been told) ’32 Ford Bucket with a Hemi. It sounded like a beast. It also seemed like that beast of a motor would vibrate the entire car apart. That much power in basically a tin can must be one hell of a ride. Thirdly, I loved, whatever this black coupe is. No idea what it is, but I know I like it.
Donks. You love’em or you hate’em. I don’t particularly like the look of them. The wheels are just too big. But I’m sure the owners look at stanced cars and think, they’re dumb for being so low. At the end of the day, I can at least appreciate the hard work put into them. A great paint job, and straight chrome is still impressive no matter what car they’re on.
I don’t think theres a modified car subculture that puts more intricate design work into there rides. Sure Ridler contenders have under bodies you can eat off of but I’ll go out on a limb and say they don’t have tie rods, control arms or subframes that are engraved with intricate artwork. Nor do they have multiple layers of paint, stencil work, and pinstriping.
SQUAD. Doesn’t matter what kind of wheels you’re on, you’ll probably be drawn into these lowriders.
Sic Ryde, pass it on. One of the few outsiders to make it that day.
Hands down the best fajitas I’ve ever had. I’m not even saying that because they were free. If anything, I’ll show up just so I can get these again.