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Four Wheelin’ Flashback

people beyond the state’s borders may not be aware of it, “lowrider” culture thrives in northern New Mexico, where vintage sedans, convertibles, and pickups customized with modified suspensions and deluxe paint jobs cruise the streets and highways—especially in and around the town of Española, long known as the Lowrider Capital

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