Gypsy Rose is a beautifully painted 1964 Chevrolet Impala designed to go “low and slow” when it cruised East LA in the 1970s. It was known as one of the most extravagantly painted lowriders of the period and was featured in the opening of the 1970s sitcom “Chico and the Man.” Gypsy Rose was featured on the cover of Lowrider Magazine in 1980.
This is the legendary Gypsy Rose lowrider built by Jessie Valadez from the baddest lowrider Club in the world the Imperials . This lowrider was the first lowrider that was themed no wire wheels true essence of 60s low-riding waited a long time to see this car up in person finally had the chance to look at this car in DC Washington hope you guys enjoy
The Cesar Chavez Day Parade in the Mission District of San Francisco, April 18, 2015. This is the lowrider, cars, and other vehicles portion of the parade. To see the other portions of the parade, watch part 1 here: https://youtu.be/48upDaADTo8 I really wanted to set this to some good music, but unfortunately, I couldn't find any royalty-free music that seemed appropriate and was any good. I found a little bit of mediocre music, but it would have cost a lot and still not enough to cover the entire video, so we have the original audio instead. Except for a small portion at the end where I had to substitute in some music because of copyrighted music that was playing. You might also enjoy: King of the Streets Lowrider Hop Contest San Francisco 2016 (Part 1 of 2) https://youtu.be/S1jcf5GQmwg King of the Streets Lowrider Hop Contest San Francisco 2016: Multi-car hops (Part 2 of 2) https://youtu.be/5tcUESNDaNc
Tacoma Lowrider Car Show King of The Streets Tacoma, WA This car show didn'tcvgv have the biggest turn out, the day was pretty cloudy. We made the best of it and clowned anyways!
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DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF LUIS PADILLA & DAVID 'TOPO' TISCARENO I've been a huge fan of Lowriders since I was a little boy so getting the chance to shoot this film was a dream come true. Shot in a couple of hours one evening with the De Alba family the film takes a brief look at their cars, a blue '64 Impala street hopper and a '63 Impala named 'El Rey', one of the most incredible cars I've ever seen. A special thanks to Brian Goude from Grinder TV who introduced us to the De Alba Family. Albert De Alba would like to thank the following people: 'Special Thanks to: God, My wife Lorraine, Sons Young Al & Andrew, My Moms, Pops, & Brothers, Beto Rocha & Fam, Cal Blast, Mario's Auto Works, Hoppo's Custom Suspension, ELITE Car Club, Grinder TV, & Stephen Brooks' Music : Willie Hutch - I Choose You UGK (Underground Kingz) - International Players Anthem (I Choose You) [Ft Outkast] both tracks available from www.apple.com/itunes www.facebook.com/stephenbrooksfilms www.grinder-tv.com
Everything Comes from the Streets | Truly CA Season 10 The origins and history of lowriding in San Diego and the borderlands are chronicled in Everything Comes from the Streets, including the creative men and women who pioneered and shaped the unique car customizing tradition among Chicano and Mexican communities. More about the film: http://ww2.kqed.org/trulyca/one-good-year/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KQEDtrulyca For information and to purchase the DVD: http://www.everythingcomesfromthestreets.com/product Watch past episodes: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeGdTT0--8Khz_o0pdGn7RMVcoK6z0zhw More information at http://www.kqed.org/arts/programs/trulyca/episode.jsp?epid=287099 Want to submit your film? Go here: http://www.kqed.org/arts/programs/trulyca/entries.jsp Sign up for the weekly KQED Arts email newsletter: http://bit.ly/1eMLPu5
Chumlee's lowrider from the Pawn Stars on the History Channel.
Good times Rolling with Jesse and the World Famous Gypsy Rose.