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Examples of Customized Paint Jobs on Low Riders

Finished trunk painting done at a low rider show by Richard Bosquez of Phoenix. September, 1984
Finished trunk painting done at a low rider show by
Richard Bosquez of Phoenix. September, 1984
[image courtesy of James S. Griffith]

This year (1994), one club came down from Phoenix with their fine line painter, who worked on a number of cars at the show. He did not lay out the designs before painting them, but did all his work freehand, with a specially shaped brush.

Fiesta del Presidio, fineline of bird, designed on hood (April 13, 1991)
Fiesta del Presidio, fineline of bird,
designed on hood (April 13, 1991)
[image courtesy of James S. Griffith]

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