At next weekend’s 24th Autumn Get-Together presented by Specialty Sales Classics, fans will be treated to a special Lowrider custom car exhibit courtesy of Deadendmagazine.com. The San Jose based internet magazine (the very first of its kind) has put together an invite-only exhibit of the top 20 “California Style” Lowrider style cars to display inside the Hall of Commerce.
Long a part of California car culture, Lowriders have remained popular for decades. Hot rodders are also very aware of the time and work that goes into making a good Lowrider. “The quality and detail of these cars is unsurpassed,” said Goodguys VP of the Event Operations Harry Daviess. “The paint, undercarriage, chrome plating and attention to detail on these California Style Lowriders is second to none and I mean to any custom car on the planet. They’re that nice” Daviess said.
Heading up the exhibit is Juan Espinosa Jr, Co-Founder and Art Director for Deadendmagazine.com. “Aside from being the first Low Rider exhibit at a Goodguys show, the ‘California Style’ Low Rider exhibit is also the first Deadend Magazine invitation only car event,” he said. “We highly recommend people visit the Hall of Commerce at this year’s Autumn Get-Together to enjoy, experience, and learn what a ‘California Style’ Low Rider is. The flashy paint, the shiny chrome, the lowered stance and attention to detail on the invited Low Riders is sure to be appreciated by car guys of all ages. Come check us out!”
The exhibit will feature a mix of Lowriders including “Bomb” style Chevrolet’s from the 1940s and a heavy dose of Chevy Impala’s. A few of the featured cars include Armando Espino’s ’48 Chevy pickup, Erica Limones’ ’67 Impala, Matt Sherman’s ’47 Chevy Fleetline, Marcos Gaitan’s ’66 Impala and Jeremy Cadena’s ’62 Impala among others.
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