Limited Edition. 1 of 3,600. MiJo Exclusive
Historically, Lowriders were mostly Latino men from Texas, the Southwest, and southern California. Lowriders were first crafted in barrios in the mid-to-late 1940s as unique symbols of personal creativity and Latino cultural identity — a counter-cultural expression against the traditional use of mainstream vehicles.
These iconic cars were actually an evolution of the traditional Mexican paseo, where young men and women would gather in town squares to eye each other and mingle, and the more determined men would arrive on horses decked out like parade floats.
So while Pasadena had its annual Rose Parade, Angelino lowriders cruised at a parade pace from Boyle Heights near downtown into East L.A. and along Whittier Boulevard. The rolling works of art, lowered within inches of the road, showcased lacquered frames with brilliant colors, geometric patterns, religious symbols, and velvet trim.
True to fashion, this 1986 Chevrolet Caprice Lowrider features a highly detailed exterior, real rubber tires on Chrome simulated spokes and dark tinted windows.
Officially licensed product.
Note: While some collectible model vehicles feature articulating suspension this particular model does not. The Hood does open though, as shown.
Scale: 1/64 - Approximately 3.25" inches long
Condition: New in package
Color: Green with Light Green, Silver, Yellow and Purple Graphics
Tampo: Detailed headlights, grille, tail lights, and logos/graphics
GreenLight Collectibles is a premier manufacturer of authentic die-cast vehicle replicas, scale figures and other automotive-related products.
This item is considered an Adult Collectible
New in Sealed Blister. Never opened
Packaged and Shipped with Love :)
All new Collectible Vehicles will be shipped in a box, never shipped in a padded envelope
2021 GreenLight LLC
1-3 business days
Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.
Apr 2, 2022
Jan 6, 2022