A PARADE THAT LED TO THIS '75 CHEVY CAPRICE
Thomas Adams’ ’75 Chevy Caprice
The West Coast Movement was the unofficial name given to the era of gold plating, Dookie chains, and the rise of West Coast rap. From 2Pac, Snoop, to the Westside Connection, this was a time when rap—and lowriders—were on heavy rotation, and those were just a part of what got Adam Thomas hooked on lowriding.
While some would call this flashback in time the golden era of lowriding, for Adam it was a time of exploration that offered him a moment of clarification. During an MLK Parade he saw the folks from Individuals Car Club lined up during the parade and it was then and there that he decided that he not only wanted to build a lowrider but also be a member of that very club.
Sometime later, Adam gained entry into the club with his Buick Regal, but not too long after he wanted to take things to the next level, so he built this ’75 Raghouse. It’s a build with an interesting story. Visit us online for the full details.
CHEVROLET CAPRICE '75