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Stuningoweane samochody w Chicago - Polaris (68)

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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Slow & Low: Chicago Lowrider Festival began as a small gathering of 40-plus cars enthusiasts in 2011. Today's event has grown to over 200 cars and attended by thousands. It took place in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. The festival is a celebration of Chicago's lowrider culture and community, featuring an awesome display of lowrider cars and bikes tricked out by Chicago's finest clubs and shops, as well as vintage cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s . Attendees can check out the lowriders from inside and out or see them in action as they show off their impressive hydraulic systems and hop off the ground. (Victor Hilitski/Polaris)
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Text by Hector Luis AlamoE- Lowrider culture began in the desert somewhere. Whether it started in the actual desert shared by El Paso, Texas and New Mexico, or whether it emerged from the socioeconomic desert along Whittier Boulevard, that's still up for debate. The pachucos were the first to lower their rides, though no one really knows where the pachucos came from either. Some say El Paso, as the town was known as ?El ChucoO and people headed there were said to be going ?pa' El Chuco.O Others claim pachuco is just a corruption of the word pocho, which is what Mexicans call their Americanized cousins north of the Rio Grande. No longer Mexicans but not accepted in the American mainstream either, the pachucos wore the baggy pants and long coats popular among their black and Italian counterparts. It was the pachucos who were the main targets of the so-called Zoot Suit Riots in June 1943. In the beginning they put sandbags in their trunks. These weren't the 1974 Monte Carlos or even the 1964 Impalas that we associate with lowriding today. The cars pachucos drove had the rounded classic look that was out of style with the well-to-do mainstream which wanted its cars to look more like something from Mars. As time passed and new generations of Mexican Americans adapted pachuco culture, the elegant cars of the 1940s and 50s gave way to the big, boxy boats on wheels of the 1960s and 70s. Eventually the pachuco disappeared altogether, and in his place appeared a new breed of Mexican Americans looking to add to and distinguish themselves from American culture: the chicanos. Gone were the zoot suits, but chicanos were just as identifiable as their pachuco forebears had been. They were the ones marching in the streets demanding rights and yelling ?S' se puede!O Chicanos spoke of something called ?la RazaO and ?brown power.O As in any other major city in the United States, the chicanos and blacks of Los Angeles li
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August 6, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Text by Hector Luis AlamoE- Lowrider culture began in the desert somewhere. Whether it started in the actual desert shared by El Paso, Texas and New Mexico, or whether it emerged from the socioeconomic desert along Whittier Boulevard, that's still up for debate. The pachucos were the first to lower their rides, though no one really knows where the pachucos came from either. Some say El Paso, as the town was known as ?El ChucoO and people headed there were said to be going ?pa' El Chuco.O Others claim pachuco is just a corruption of the word pocho, which is what Mexicans call their Americanized cousins north of the Rio Grande. No longer Mexicans but not accepted in the American mainstream either, the pachucos wore the baggy pants and long coats popular among their black and Italian counterparts. It was the pachucos who were the main targets of the so-called Zoot Suit Riots in June 1943. In the beginning they put sandbags in their trunks. These weren't the 1974 Monte Carlos or even the 1964 Impalas that we associate with lowriding today. The cars pachucos drove had the rounded classic look that was out of style with the well-to-do mainstream which wanted its cars to look more like something from Mars. As time passed and new generations of Mexican Americans adapted pachuco culture, the elegant cars of the 1940s and 50s gave way to the big, boxy boats on wheels of the 1960s and 70s. Eventually the pachuco disappeared altogether, and in his place appeared a new breed of Mexican Americans looking to add to and distinguish themselves from American culture: the chicanos. Gone were the zoot suits, but chicanos were just as identifiable as their pachuco forebears had been. They were the ones marching in the streets demanding rights and yelling ?S' se puede!O Chicanos spoke of something called ?la RazaO and ?brown power.O As in any other major city in the United States, the chicanos and blacks of Los Angeles li
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August 10, 2014 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Text by Hector Luis AlamoE- Lowrider culture began in the desert somewhere. Whether it started in the actual desert shared by El Paso, Texas and New Mexico, or whether it emerged from the socioeconomic desert along Whittier Boulevard, that's still up for debate. The pachucos were the first to lower their rides, though no one really knows where the pachucos came from either. Some say El Paso, as the town was known as ?El ChucoO and people headed there were said to be going ?pa' El Chuco.O Others claim pachuco is just a corruption of the word pocho, which is what Mexicans call their Americanized cousins north of the Rio Grande. No longer Mexicans but not accepted in the American mainstream either, the pachucos wore the baggy pants and long coats popular among their black and Italian counterparts. It was the pachucos who were the main targets of the so-called Zoot Suit Riots in June 1943. In the beginning they put sandbags in their trunks. These weren't the 1974 Monte Carlos or even the 1964 Impalas that we associate with lowriding today. The cars pachucos drove had the rounded classic look that was out of style with the well-to-do mainstream which wanted its cars to look more like something from Mars. As time passed and new generations of Mexican Americans adapted pachuco culture, the elegant cars of the 1940s and 50s gave way to the big, boxy boats on wheels of the 1960s and 70s. Eventually the pachuco disappeared altogether, and in his place appeared a new breed of Mexican Americans looking to add to and distinguish themselves from American culture: the chicanos. Gone were the zoot suits, but chicanos were just as identifiable as their pachuco forebears had been. They were the ones marching in the streets demanding rights and yelling ?S' se puede!O Chicanos spoke of something called ?la RazaO and ?brown power.O As in any other major city in the United States, the chicanos and blacks of Los Angeles l
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August 10, 2014 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Text by Hector Luis AlamoE- Lowrider culture began in the desert somewhere. Whether it started in the actual desert shared by El Paso, Texas and New Mexico, or whether it emerged from the socioeconomic desert along Whittier Boulevard, that's still up for debate. The pachucos were the first to lower their rides, though no one really knows where the pachucos came from either. Some say El Paso, as the town was known as ?El ChucoO and people headed there were said to be going ?pa' El Chuco.O Others claim pachuco is just a corruption of the word pocho, which is what Mexicans call their Americanized cousins north of the Rio Grande. No longer Mexicans but not accepted in the American mainstream either, the pachucos wore the baggy pants and long coats popular among their black and Italian counterparts. It was the pachucos who were the main targets of the so-called Zoot Suit Riots in June 1943. In the beginning they put sandbags in their trunks. These weren't the 1974 Monte Carlos or even the 1964 Impalas that we associate with lowriding today. The cars pachucos drove had the rounded classic look that was out of style with the well-to-do mainstream which wanted its cars to look more like something from Mars. As time passed and new generations of Mexican Americans adapted pachuco culture, the elegant cars of the 1940s and 50s gave way to the big, boxy boats on wheels of the 1960s and 70s. Eventually the pachuco disappeared altogether, and in his place appeared a new breed of Mexican Americans looking to add to and distinguish themselves from American culture: the chicanos. Gone were the zoot suits, but chicanos were just as identifiable as their pachuco forebears had been. They were the ones marching in the streets demanding rights and yelling ?S' se puede!O Chicanos spoke of something called ?la RazaO and ?brown power.O As in any other major city in the United States, the chicanos and blacks of Los Angeles l
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August 11, 2013 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Text by Hector Luis AlamoE- Lowrider culture began in the desert somewhere. Whether it started in the actual desert shared by El Paso, Texas and New Mexico, or whether it emerged from the socioeconomic desert along Whittier Boulevard, that's still up for debate. The pachucos were the first to lower their rides, though no one really knows where the pachucos came from either. Some say El Paso, as the town was known as ?El ChucoO and people headed there were said to be going ?pa' El Chuco.O Others claim pachuco is just a corruption of the word pocho, which is what Mexicans call their Americanized cousins north of the Rio Grande. No longer Mexicans but not accepted in the American mainstream either, the pachucos wore the baggy pants and long coats popular among their black and Italian counterparts. It was the pachucos who were the main targets of the so-called Zoot Suit Riots in June 1943. In the beginning they put sandbags in their trunks. These weren't the 1974 Monte Carlos or even the 1964 Impalas that we associate with lowriding today. The cars pachucos drove had the rounded classic look that was out of style with the well-to-do mainstream which wanted its cars to look more like something from Mars. As time passed and new generations of Mexican Americans adapted pachuco culture, the elegant cars of the 1940s and 50s gave way to the big, boxy boats on wheels of the 1960s and 70s. Eventually the pachuco disappeared altogether, and in his place appeared a new breed of Mexican Americans looking to add to and distinguish themselves from American culture: the chicanos. Gone were the zoot suits, but chicanos were just as identifiable as their pachuco forebears had been. They were the ones marching in the streets demanding rights and yelling ?S' se puede!O Chicanos spoke of something called ?la RazaO and ?brown power.O As in any other major city in the United States, the chicanos and blacks of Los Angeles l
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August 11, 2013 - Chicago, Illinois, United States: Text by Hector Luis AlamoE- Lowrider culture began in the desert somewhere. Whether it started in the actual desert shared by El Paso, Texas and New Mexico, or whether it emerged from the socioeconomic desert along Whittier Boulevard, that's still up for debate. The pachucos were the first to lower their rides, though no one really knows where the pachucos came from either. Some say El Paso, as the town was known as ?El ChucoO and people headed there were said to be going ?pa' El Chuco.O Others claim pachuco is just a corruption of the word pocho, which is what Mexicans call their Americanized cousins north of the Rio Grande. No longer Mexicans but not accepted in the American mainstream either, the pachucos wore the baggy pants and long coats popular among their black and Italian counterparts. It was the pachucos who were the main targets of the so-called Zoot Suit Riots in June 1943. In the beginning they put sandbags in their trunks. These weren't the 1974 Monte Carlos or even the 1964 Impalas that we associate with lowriding today. The cars pachucos drove had the rounded classic look that was out of style with the well-to-do mainstream which wanted its cars to look more like something from Mars. As time passed and new generations of Mexican Americans adapted pachuco culture, the elegant cars of the 1940s and 50s gave way to the big, boxy boats on wheels of the 1960s and 70s. Eventually the pachuco disappeared altogether, and in his place appeared a new breed of Mexican Americans looking to add to and distinguish themselves from American culture: the chicanos. Gone were the zoot suits, but chicanos were just as identifiable as their pachuco forebears had been. They were the ones marching in the streets demanding rights and yelling ?S' se puede!O Chicanos spoke of something called ?la RazaO and ?brown power.O As in any other major city in the United States, the chicanos and blacks of Los Angeles l