Often associated with calming, stability, loyalty and confidence, blue has long served as a staple in lowrider culture from the very early days and remains one of the most popular paint choices.
Lowrider pays a visit to the number one manufacturer of one-off, handmade parts that accent just about every Lowrider world-wide.
Sacramento’s Old Illusions car club has been around for over 25 years with 5 chapters representing their proud name, but it’s the Bomb Club that demands full attention to detail.
150 members and family gather to represent exactly what the colors and name they wear on their backs represent in this edition of Lowrider Garage
Hydraulics are more than just a traditional means of lowering and raising the suspension of a car on demand, they’re also the “heart and soul” of lowriding.
Bored at home this summer? The MotorTrend App has shows to binge-watch for every gearhead looking to scratch that automotive itch.
Three friends embark on a coast to coast road trip in a ’64 Impala with intention of meeting as many lowrider clubs as possible
When Mike “Cracker” Thiessen was asked to help broker the sale of a friend’s ’61 Impala, he was immediately inspired to take on a new project and decided to buy the car off his friend himself.