Ground Clearance  
2016 — 2017

In the mid-to-late 1940’s a new subculture in America emerged.

Mexican-American youths had been known to place sandbags in their custom vehicles, so that the body of their car would ride close to the road.

This was aesthetically pleasing for those involved in the scene and would later be technologically advanced, for the same effect to be achieved by hydraulics.

Lowriding was formed out of Mexican-American culture, and the vehicles were decorated to hold political statements and sported images representing the culture out of which it was born.

As the years passed, and the 21st century began, Lowriding culture became extremely popular.

Often seen in popular music videos, the scene was embraced by cultures all around the world and amassed huge global appeal. 

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