FOR whatever reason, American lowrider culture really resonates with some in the Japanese car scene. And, as is typical, when the Japanese set out to build a car in a particular style, they do it right or they don’t do it at all! Check ’em out:
Hisashi Ushida’s famous ’54 Chev, dubbed Sphinx.
The Lady Kill Chev Monte Carlo owned by Kenji of the Primera club.
Tetsuo Ikegaya’s ’54 Chev Handyman wagon had us drooling.
Shun’s ’74 Chev Monte Carlo is another mind-blowing Primera car and is appropriately dubbed ‘Madness’.
The Cal Trend ’56 Chev delivery had very impressive paint, alternating between super-thick and super-fine metalflake.
This Mercury Cougar XR7, dubbed ‘Endless’, was a jewel on the Rulez CC stand.
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