Jim and Jay of the MA Chapter decided to go to Cape Cod for a quiet and relaxed car show. It took over 2 hrs to get to the show and 2 hrs back home. The show was held at the local fair grounds that was a dust pit. Dust was everywhere and you had to clean your car many times over at this show. The dust didn’t stop the guys from having a good time. Many people at this show had never seen a Traditional Lowrider before. Some thought Jay’s car was an electric car, to some it was nitrous, and some closed minded people hated on it. Any way they look at it, west coast lowriding is here to stay in New England! It was a good show and a good opportunity for Eternal Rollerz to explain the lowrider lifestyle and the many positive things that go along with it.
Above: 1957 Chevrolet pick up truck.
Above: This paint job stands out.
Above: The car auction in progress.
Above: Here is a rare 1982 DMC automobile up for auction.
Above: This cooper rolls on 12 inch wheels.
Above: Jim's truck shined like a polished jewel in the sun.
Above: Jay showed up to represent Traditional Lowriders in the "Lowrider" Class.
Above: A "Low Rod" Impala wagon showed up.
Above: The small "Lowrider" class section at the show.
Above: The only thing missing in this trunk is the hydraulics.
Above: This 1964 Impala SS was a perfect restoration.
Above: This 1958 Impala was looking clean.
Above: Here is another 1958 Impala at the show.
Above: A hard top 1958 Impala showed up.
Above: A clean 1963 Impala showed up.
Above: This 1958 Impala was begging for hydraulics.
Above: This 1959 Impala is extremely clean.
Above: Here is a El Camaro.
Above: About to cross over the Cape Cod Canal on the bridge.
Above: Inside Jay's Caprice approaching the bridge.