Ever since I went to my first lowrider show a few years ago, they’ve become the staple in the round of shows I go. No show scene has me more intrigued than when a car pulls up on three wheels. In the grand scheme of things, its basically useless to be able to three wheel and hop. But most people have dope cars to show them off. Lowriders do that better than anyone else.
G-bodies. The Civic of lowrider scene. Plentiful but plenty of gusto. When you get a multitude of customizers working on on chassis you get tons of variety. From the all out build above to the relatively stock looking Buick below.
@ro_416_mr.p ‘s Silver Buick.
Its not a lowrider show without an Impala. The gold touches on the above, pull me in. As a brown man, I can’t resist gold perfanalia.
But I feel I like this Black Jack more. It wasn’t chromed, it was black.
Bid body Cadillac. It should be physically possible to twist something this big. But land yachts need to flex too.
They come in XXL and XXS.
If you’re into even older cars. The Impala above or the Bomber below foots the bill. Fully gold plated wheels, I don’t even want to know the cost of those.
At the end of the day if I had to chose just one. I think its this Chevy wagon. #becausewagon
And these two riff raffs showed up. Lastly, here’s a Cadillac Kings BBQ this up coming Sunday. Info at @cadillac_kings_canada or @torontolowrider