Elements of lowriders and the lowrider lifestyle have appealed to cultures worldwide. Universal traits such as the sense of community, the rebellion of the mainstream (nonconformity), the reverence of cars, artistic expression, and family appeal to the deep needs of belonging, social connection, and sense of identity. Lowrider communities have developed in Japan, and in other parts of Asia, such as Thailand and Indonesia, European countries such as Sweden and Norway, and other Latin cultures such as Brazil.
Lowriding is a celebration of life in relation and connection to cars and community. It allows for relationships to be made for the love of cars and for extended family.
Come to the opening reception at the San Diego Automotive Museum on Thursday, November 14th from 6:30pm - 8:30pm.
Just $15 for members and $20 for non-members. Includes admission, food & beverages (including two drink tickets for beer & wine). R.S.V.P. to Sally at 619-398-0301 by November 7th, or purchase tickets below.
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