Which One Do You Like Best? 7 Cars That Make Perfect Lowriders In The World?

1. 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air

The 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air is a go-to classic if you’re looking to have some lowrider fun. It’s one of the most popular models of its time, and its ostentatious appearance — it featured chrome headliner bands, chrome fender spears, and a Ferrari-inspired front grille — has contributed to its stature as a classic among classics. It helps, too, that the Bel Air boasts a massive V-8 engine that can be customized in several different ways. You can lower the car’s ride height, throw in some fancy wheels, and watch as the ladies drool over your ride.

2. 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS Coupe

The car many people affectionally refer to as the “64,” the 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS personifies the lowrider lifestyle better than any car in history. Its unique body style and lowered stance mean that you don’t have to go overboard with modifying the car to make it stand out. That said, there are different ways to dress up the Impala to make it stand out more than it already does.

3. 1990 Chevrolet Caprice

If you’ve ever seen a car with a hydraulic setup that allowed it to bounce up and down like nobody’s business, chances are that car was a 1990 Chevrolet Caprice. No car in the ‘90s epitomized the lowrider scene like the third-generation Caprice. You could dress it up in outlandish colors to go with all the suspension upgrades required to create a proper lowrider. Girls have displayed an affinity for Caprice models that have been given the low rider treatment. I can say that because I used to have one.

4. 1972 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

From the long body to the partially covered rear wheels, the 1972 Chevrolet Monte Carlo is one of the most popular models of the lowrider community. Mind you, the Monte Carlo also comes with one of the biggest engines you’ll ever see. Its 7.4-liter V-8 engine produced 270 horsepower and 390 pound-feet of torque when it was new. Sure, the Monte Carlo is a big and heavy car, but important modifications can help cut some of that weight off and turn the long sedan into the ultimate pimp ride.

5. 1947 Cadillac Series 62

The 1947 Cadillac Series 62 is one of those classic cars that have become popular in the lowrider community, not because of how high it can bounce into the air with a proper hydraulic setup, but because of how different it is to see a Series 62 that sits closer to the ground than it already does. The Series 62 classifies more as a provocative classic car, but we have seen some examples get the lowrider treatment.

6. 1941 Pontiac Torpedo

The 1941 Pontiac Torpedo falls under the same category as the 1962 Cadillac Series 62. On its own, the Torpedo is already one of the most desirable cars in the classic car market. It was the biggest car Pontiac had created at the time of its launch. From the way it looked to the way it was built, the Torpedo’s notchback styling is as timeless as the covered wheels that the model came with.

7.  1964 Buick Riviera

Part of what makes the lowrider culture so incredible is the myriad of ways that you can customize a car depending on how you want to look and perform.

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