Lowrider Movie East Side Story
Just as the high tech revolution was taking shape in Silicon Valley in the 1970's, another group of innovators, entrepreneurs and artists on the East Side was taking lowriding to a new level. Lowriding and cruising were considered a waste of time at best and dangerous at worst. But San Jose lowriders were the first to recognized the social significance and commercial potential of what they were doing on the boulevards.
Computer geeks may have brought high technology to the rest of the world, but these vatos brought us the cool, low-slung style that endures to this day. They were innovators in their own right, using groundbreaking media and mass marketing techniques to build Chicano pride and spread the urban style mystique worldwide.
Slammed '64 Buick Riviera Hydraulics
Visit http://www.leftcoastclassics.com/1964-buick-riviera/ to see this wicked custom 1964 Buick Riviera for sale from Left Coast Classics in Sonoma California. Check out the air ride hydraulic suspension!
This Buick Rivi is Slammed & Bagged with a 425ci nailhead, an Edelbrock 2-4bbl manifold and 2 Edelbrock / Weber carburetors. She sports a 3-speed automatic and power steering and brakes and power windows, along with factory Buick chrome wheels. Along with a stunning $10k glassy Black Cherry paint job, new Exhaust system, air-ride suspension with toggle switch controls hidden in the center console, window tint and fully adjustable front seats, beautifully upholstered in the original pattern.
Please take a look at the full photo and video shoot at the link above and then give me a call to take her home.
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1965 Riviera AirRide
1965 Buick Riviera with Airride System and 401 Nailhead with Race Mufflers. Video by 70sCars Germany
This is my 65 Riviera GS. It is in Texas. I am not trying to sell it but if the right offer presents itself, maybe.?
Thanx for looking.