A staple of California car culture, lowriders rose in popularity in the late 1950s and reached a peak around the 1970s.
Lowriders are best known for their hydraulic suspension and crystal clear, eye popping paint jobs that help them stand out whether they're kissing the pavement or bouncing to the beat.
The California Automobile Museum is honored to host a carefully curated selection of some of Sacramento's most incredible lowriders, crafted from various examples of American automobiles.
Come witness the kind of art you won't find at The Louvre and take home a shirt or a poster to commemorate the occasion. Trust us, you won't forget it anytime soon.