This past Sunday the New Orleans Lakefront posed as a showroom with top notch vehicles from Jeeps, Texas Style old school Chevy’s, and California lowriders. Cruise Life CC, Rapper Curren$y’s well-known car club hosted a “G-Nic” inviting all cars clubs in the metro and surrounding areas to come out and show off their wheels.
The G-Nic brought out over 40 unique cars, while local admirers enjoyed music, BBQ, and car tricks. Toward the end of the evening, the lowriders began to show the G-Nic guests what they were made of.
Lowriders and their owners began pulling up to each other, grill to grill to battle it out, seeing who has the biggest bounce. Most lowriders contain switches controlled by the pumps and hydraulics in the cars. Some vehicles made it as far as three feet off the ground once the drivers turned their switches. People of all walks of life watched as the cars went up and down. The G-Nic served as an eye-opener for those who were unaware of the Lowrider/Car Club Culture in NOLA.
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