Intricate airbrush strokes, metal flake details and the whine and thump of air pumps bouncing wheels and suspension parts have been a signature of the lowrider culture for decades. So have scantily clad women, lounging seductively against the fenders of these lavishly decorated cars. »
Every auto show has a basement/storage area set aside for custom cars, one-offs and other strange beasts, like this Gangster Lowrider Chevy, which accounts for 94.2% of the chrome plating in the greater Los Angeles area. Photo Credit: Matt Helm »
How low can a VW Beetle go? Check out this contraption dubbed The Woodruff Special, it's been dropped so low the fan shroud's higher than the roof line — where the fuel filler's relocated. Ridiculous driving clip below. »
We told you we would be down at Detroit's Campus Martius last Friday night for the "Hot Latin Nights"