OwnerJason Garcia

Vehicle ‘80 Chevy El Camino

City/StateLong Beach, California

ClubBeach City C.C.

We caught up with Jason Garcia of Beach City C.C. over at Big Kool Aid Hydraulic in Santa Fe Springs, California. Jason’s El Camino was hooked up with a custom front end and a candy paint job. This El Camino became the car to beat as the back bumper easily smashes the ground, whether by gas hopping or by having the switch hit outside of the car.

Borad’s Customs installed the three custom pumps that get the vehicle going, while 14 batteries and a full frame strap allow it to hop with the best. The El Camino was equipped with a Euro clip and moldings that give it a custom look which is complemented by its candy paint.

If you see this El Camino cruising down the street, make sure to watch out as Jason will not hesitate to hit the switch on another lowrider. Big ups to Jason. We’ll see what else he brings to the streets as this is just one of several vehicles that he has to compete with.

If you have a hydraulics setup that hits back bumper or is making you “go for broke,” e-mail some images along with basic information to: saul.vargas@primedia.com.