After hundreds of installations, Terry had his power window installations and electronic installations down to a science. The attention to detail he puts into his work stands out, and gets him noticed by those who want the best at any cost. Terry has never had to tell a customer that he could not do a job, even under the toughest of circumstances, and he has no plans of slowing down, either. Terry has vowed that he will keep doing the installations for as long as he can. Even though Terry has not had the Pontiac out in years, he still attends shows and has plans to build a couple more cars. We can be sure that whatever model he decides on next, the finished result will be just as unique as his Pontiac was. When asked to sum up his career in Low- riding, and his thoughts on Lowriding overall, Terry had this to say; "I wouldn't trade my life for any life." His sincerity rings true, as he continues, "I would do it again and again [for] as long as I can. I want to be the 90 year-old guy some youngsters walking into the car show see and say, 'who's that with that Lowrider?' The guy looks like he's 90 years old! And someone says to them, he is 90 years old, and let me sit you down and tell you who he is." Even though he laughs at this thought, his love for the culture is very serious. "I don't want people to say what a great guy I am, but to say how long I have been doing this," he says. "Low riding has come a long way since I started in the 60's...We have now advanced to the point where we are [on] almost equal footing with antiques, hot rods and other types of auto enthusiasts," he explains. "This is a work in progress, and I am proud to be a part of it...Lowriding has enhanced my life, and because of my love of Lowriding, I have been fortunate enough to turn something that I love into something that I can make a living at. That makes me a very lucky man." In reality, it is Lowrider Culture that has been lucky. We are lucky enough to have an artist and craftsman like Terry Anderson dedicate his life to being a part of this culture that we are all passionate about. « | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | View Full Article By Jae Bueno Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!