I love lowriders. If I had the money and space for more cars, there would be an old Impala in the garage. The style and love put into those cars is genuine, and a well built lowrider is beautiful machine to see rolling down the road.
One you’re likely not to have seen before is a Corvair lowrider. The rear-engined Chevy doesn’t seem like the ideal candidate for a low rolling build like this, but Chris Mageno of Mageno Kustoms is here to prove me wrong.
His 1963 Chevy Corvair runs air suspension, smooth dish wheels, and fat white walls. The door handles are shaved and there’s a lot of custom paint touches to be found. It all works quite well together, and makes me surprised we haven’t seen more lowrider Corvairs blasting around Southern California.
Here's a custom lowrider Corvair
5 responses to “Here's a custom lowrider Corvair”
Rad, but even radder in wagon form.
This one shows up every year at World of Wheels in Chicago. I think someone has an engraving fetish.
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