The Lowrider Coloring Book by Dokument Press celebrates the lowriding culture that originated in the 1930s, peaked in Southwestern Latino neighborhoods in the 1950s and experienced an urban culture renaissance in the 1990s. The term "low rider" comes from the goal of lowering the vehicle as close to the pavement as possible. Cars were also reupholstered and given bright paint jobs, new chrome and rims. The illustrations in this coloring book are based on conversions by some of the biggest names in the culture.
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