How to Build a Low Rider
Once confined to Southern California, the lowrider phenomena is now securely entrenched across the U.S., with shows, competitions, and specialty builders found from Los Angeles to New York. This first-ever look at this specialized form of car building provides a serious, in-depth "how-to" examination of major elements of lowrider constructions, with technical information concerning the design and construction of the unique hydraulic systems, specialty metal plating, vehicle lowering, drivetrain modifications, etc. H OW TO BUILD A LOWRIDER includes a good emphasis on the latest trend in lowriders, i.e., European and Pacific Rim lowriders.Softbound,8-3/8 x 10-7/8,128 pages,300 b/w photos
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