A purpose-built lowrider, used to represent a passion, and a City.
This 1972 Chevrolet Monte Carlo may be picture perfect, but its real beauty—as with all lowriders—can be found in the story behind the build
This Monte Carlo spent years been tearing up the streets of Espanola, New Mexico before finding a new purpose as an art piece on wheels.
Built to honor a good friend, this lowrider pays tribute to her memory while serving as inspiration to fellow women lowrider enthusiasts.
Even though there isn’t that much done to this Monte Carlo it’s still quite an eye-catcher.
As Beto was looking at this LS Monte at the Arizona Super Show he was approached by the owner, Claudia, who told him the build was dedicated to her late goddaughter Jennifer “J-Kush” Villapudua