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November 2019

Lowrider has been dubbed the movement's "bible" by readers worldwide and is considered the source for the latest in everything LOWRIDER!

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United States
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English
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TEN: The Enthusiast Network
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IN DIESER AUSGABE

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soul-searching

Competition is necessary to push the envelope. This is what drives cultures forward and it’s what brings about advanced engineering, new products and new techniques. With that said, when it also comes to lowrider car show venue competition, the Artemis Productions Albuquerque, New Mexico, show has to be one of the top Lowrider events out there! This Super Show event continues to grow in popularity and it’s a great place to either break out your ride for the first time or qualify for the big one. The Albuquerque Convention Center continues to experience a quantity of quality lowrider vehicle entries along with a large supportive fan base, and we’re grateful to be a part of it all. To be honest, right now is an exciting time of the year as everyone…

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lowrider

EDITORIAL Editor Joe Ray Joe_Ray@motortrend.com Managing Editor/Advertising Coordinator Lorraine Mc Craw Feature Editor Beto Mendoza Web Content Editor Josh Ching Director, Social Media Brandon Scarpelli Social Media Editor Ceso Bagay CONTRIBUTORS Ed Calderon, John Jarasa, Hector Leyva, Corey Ringo ART DIRECTION & DESIGN Design Director Rob Munoz LOWRIDER EVENTS Director, Event Experience Trevor Trumbo Sales/Promotions Manager Martha Carrasco Operations Coordinator, Auto Show Allen Chin ADVERTISING General Manager Rudy Rivas Eastern Sales Director Michael Essex, (863) 860-6023 Western Sales Director Scott Timberlake, (310) 531-5969 Sales Assistant Yvette Frost Advertising Operations Manager Monica Hernandez TEN: PUBLISHING MEDIA, LLC Chairman Greg Mays President Kevin Mullan SVP, Editorial & Advertising Operations Amy Diamond General Manager, Automotive Network Tim Foss Senior Director, Finance Catherine Temkin CONSUMER MARKETING, ENTHUSIAST MEDIA SUBSCRIPTION COMPANY, INC. SVP, Circulation Tom Slater VP, Retention & Operations Fulfillment Donald T. Robinson III VP, Acquisition & Database Marketing Victoria Linehan VP, Newsstand Retail Sales William Carter MOTORTREND GROUP President/General Manager Alex Wellen Group SVP, Sales Eric Schwab Head…

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psychedelic ’62

When your father is a legend in the scene, a member of one of the most distinguished car clubs in the world, and the owner of the famous “Moonflower,” there’s going to be a lot of pressure to follow in his footsteps. But for Gilbert Ramirez, his father became the professor who would expose him to the world of lowriding and let him choose his own path. By now you should have already figured out that Gilbert’s father is none other than Big Fern, aka Big Money Fern. As a toddler he would take Gilbert to his first shows, but once Gilbert hit his teenage years, his love for lowriding became something he needed to put his hands on. He chose a ’62 Impala as his first platform—a car that he…

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el pepe 64

Lowriding is often passed down from one generation to the next, but our next featured guest fell into lowriding shortly after finding the love of his life. As an operations manager for Delta Airlines, Pedro Nunez called New York City his home, but after finding love in Florida, his frequent visits exposed him to the lowriding scene in Florida. As the relationship grew, Pedro put in for a transfer. As he soaked in the Florida sights and sounds, his inspiration grew into a lust to have a lowrider of his own. Now, he’s not only a member of 25th Street Riders Car Club, but also the proud owner of this custom ’64 Impala. Finished in Nason Indigo Blue, this ’64 sports a complete hydraulic setup, a refreshed 327ci engine, and, in the…

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albuquerque super show 2019

Albuquerque is the largest city in New Mexico. With a population of close to 1 million people, you can bet your bottom dollar that there’s a decent amount of lowrider fans mixed into those numbers. That said, they also have a place to celebrate lowrider culture, and it comes by way of Artemis Promotions. They are the minds behind the Albuquerque Super Show and their growth over five years has been phenomenal. Upon arriving at the Albuquerque Convention Center, guests are greeted by the Lowrider Rig. After passing through security, you will find yourself smack in the middle of the main venue and ready to stroll Showcase Lane. Some of the notable rides from this year’s event includes Bobby Garza’s Lowrider of the Year (Double Trouble) and then came the army…

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el catrin iii

As a kid you quickly realize that you’re a slave to your environment. You’re too young to be left alone, too young to roam around freely, and with no car about the only thing you’ll be able to see are the places your parents take you and whatever activities go down in and around your house. Luckily for Andres Orozco, he grew up in Old Town Saticoy, California, and found joy in seeing his friends and family cruise by in their lowriders. It was a time for him to soak in the sights and sounds; by the time he was 16 he went from being a spectator to a player. No longer a dreamer, Andres was now the proud owner of a Buick Regal. After flipping it, he landed himself a…

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