At this year's 2010 Hall of Fame Award Ceremony, Lowrider will also be inducting the top Legendary, or Iconic cars into a category only known as "Masterpiece." The Popular 1978 Cadillac known as "Brandy Madness," owned by Mando Estrada from the Klique Car Club enters the HOF as the first Lowrider of the Year. The 1977 Pontiac Grand Prix with the stage name, "The Entertainer," owned by Donald Zavala also engaged us all 30 years ago with its colorful blue magenta and lavender patterns, and the Lowrider "Truck of the Year" Award winner, Joe Fontanilla's "Raw Deal," was the Radical Truck that started up the Mini Truck Phenomenon on the center isles of the L.A. Super Show. All said and done, we have included the first three deserving and amazing vehicles into the HOF, and you can reminisce about these classic features through the pages of this October Issue. We can all argue from here on about the top 50 cars ever, so next year, the following top 3 will be decided by an online voting process,...can't wait! And while I'm on the subject of "Masterpiece," put on your Ray Bans and check out the paint job on the '65 Impala cover car. Please notice that the patterns compliment the body style, and the colors compliment the Lowrider custom paint image! The "Wolves from East L.A." are howling in the Lowrider Greatest Hits music section. They are a Mexican-American Roots/Rock group, who's music is influenced by Rock & Roll, Tex-Mex, Country, and R & B. These big dogs have been rocking since 1970, thanks to the fact that they have never left the neighborhood. Until the next trip down the boulevard... Joe Ray « | 1 | 2 | View Full Article By Joe Ray Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!