3 thoughts on “Low Rider

  1. ¿Qué onda, ese? says:

    Bennino Martinez, Chimayo, ’64 Chevy, from the “Lowriders: Portraits from New Mexico” portfolio, Meridel Rubenstein (c 1980) Museum of Contemporary Photography, Columbia College Chicago.

  2. Chimayóso says:

    The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History will showcase “Dave’s Dream,” a modified 1969 Ford LTD Lowrider, beginning today. The car is named for David Jaramillo of Chimayo, New Mexico, who began customizing the car in the 1970s. After his death, Jaramillo’s family and local artisans completed the modifications that he had planned. “Dave’s Dream” won several “first” or “best in show” awards in area competitions.
    “Dave’s Dream” takes center stage at the museum’s first floor, just ahead of the opening of “¡Presente! A Latino History of the United States” in the Molina Family Gallery in mid-June, the first exhibition of the new National Museum of the American Latino. https://thecitylife.org/2022/05/24/1969-ford-ltd-lowrider-daves-dream-goes-on-display-at-national-museum-of-american-history/

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