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Unforunately this car is now in Austria or Australia. I posted a You Tube of it on my Face Book of the new owners DESTROYING IT :tear: I've talked with the original owner on Lay it Low whom built the car, real cool guy.

 

Austria or Australia? That's quite a difference! and the caption under the video says it's in France and the only words spoken are French. confused Regardless, that's a well travelled car. grin and ,must be an interesting story behind that.

 

I just noticed the subtle Monte Carlo script on the front fender just behind the wheel. That body is some straight!

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Welcome to the FGMCC all Low Riders. I think that they are fine cars. Such great work on these cars.

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I don't know the name of this ride, but it is from the Cali chapter of my homie's club up here in seattle. From Legacy Car Club, an Aztlan themed Monte.

 

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These ones are from the homie A&W. He said he was having difficulties posting pics, I know your seeing this, so this ones for you home boy

 

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These should get you hot rod guys going wink

 

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See I got you covered homie grin

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not sure the name of this ride not the club, but it was a feature in Lowrider Magazine, an honorable mention in the Lowriding community

 

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Is this the one with the roofline off of an Impala or something?

The quarter glass opening is definately different. Great metal work on that thing for sure

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much respect for the lowriders and the community. If I'm standing at the grocery store at the magazine rack, usually the first thing I reach for is lowrider magazine. I am glad to see this forum. Been looking forward to it.

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welcome to the homie's (Adrian's term)......it's great that the FGMCC has morph'd into a diversity project....it's about time...

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While I do not have a low rider, the springs on my 72 are so bad the tires rub on sharp turns. Am I welcom?

 

I got a couple of cousins you can throw in the back seat to make it a lowrider wink

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Originally Posted By: Andy's Auto
While I do not have a low rider, the springs on my 72 are so bad the tires rub on sharp turns. Am I welcom?

 

I got a couple of cousins you can throw in the back seat to make it a lowrider wink

 

 

lol You guys are SICK,(sick is good right) lol

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The workmanship in those cars is amazing,not to mention the $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

 

Big time ditto There is some serious craftsmanship displayed in those rides. - Dave

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I'm new to this site and I would like to introduce myself. My name is Jose and I own a 71 monte. Can someone tell me how to post pics so I can share.Thank you

 

Welcome

 

Check out the FAQ link at the top and click on "How do I add an image to my message?"

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