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If you haven’t noticed, lowrider culture has started to come in from the cold, so to speak, with the traditional collector car community. It still has a long way to go, and it’s still very regional – if there’s a lowrider at all in the Northeast, I’d be shocked – but there is a measure of respect for lowriders in some circles, and those circles are slowly widening every day. That said, I believe this 1972 Chevrolet Monte Carlo is one of the first – if not the first – lowriders I’ve seen for sale on Hemmings.com. From the seller’s description:
A Southern California Monte on hydraulics!!! This fantastic show car is chromed out to the max!! The entire suspension front to rear is chrome plated!!!!! This bright apple green beauty is truly a one of a kind show car!! This fabulous show Monte Carlo has been hand pin stripped by some of the best talent on the west coast, and then clear coated to last for years to come.
This Monte will get you noticed, and thumbs up from everyone!! She has a fresh 350 Cu In Chevy as well as a nicely detailed engine compartment and a 350 Turbo Trans with Power Steering and Power Disc brakes. The knock off wire wheels are three tone (very expensive) and made by Zenith. She has a fantastic custom interior and a fabulous sound system to complement the rest of her attributes!! She is of course a rust free Southern California beauty with a body that is perfect!! And the paint work is just jaw dropping and beautiful, she’s as straight as an arrow!!! Do not buy this car if you do not like to talk about cars, or you do not like people!!
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