Lowrider cars are vehicles that have been modified to have a very low profile, with the body of the car sitting close to the ground. Lowrider cars are typically equipped with hydraulics, which allow the car to be raised or lowered at will, and they are often decorated with intricate paint jobs, custom wheels, and other modifications. Lowrider cars originated in the Latino communities of the southwestern United States in the 1940s and 1950s, and they have since become a popular subculture around the world. Lowrider car clubs and events are common in many cities, and these vehicles are often used for cruising and showing off at car shows and other events. Lowrider cars are typically small, classic cars, such as Chevrolet Impalas, Buick Regals, and Ford Mustangs, but they can be built on a variety of car models. The style and modifications of lowrider cars vary widely, and they can range from classic, vintage styles to more modern, futuristic designs.
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