I have a Nissan Altima, 2004. 14 in wires, pinstripping, billit grill, dressed engine, custom fiberglass trunk w/ pinstripping, and lambo doors... There is truth to what ppl say, Euro means european, and maybe they should change it to "Import". However, on a further degree. How many bmw, mercedes, and saabs have you seen as a lowrider? Not that many, huh? Euro lowrider was a term created to judge all the new generation lowriders. A per say "IMPORT" and a "EURO LOWRIDER" are two different types of cars. An "IMPORT" is something out of fast n furious, NOSed out, Turbo charged, with Graphics and 20 inch giovanni wheels. A "EURO LOWRIDER" is simply a new age lowrider with a custom paint job, some pinstriping and 13 or 14 in wires. Putting those two together is like throwing out the Lowrider class and jus judging HOTRODS and LOWRIDERS as one. These two use the same cars, some do the same things..however a lowrider has hydros. You see more lowriders out there with huge motors and blowers coming out the hood, but they are still lowriders....where would the fairness be in judging imports and euro lowriders as one if it is not done with hot rods and lowriders? Is a hot rod not a lowrider? Thus, the name, "low rod?" They both lay low. Anyway.....you can't compare these vehicles. The IMPORT and EURO LOWRIDER are from different lifestyles, as do HOT RODS and LOWRIDERS. I disagree with being CLASSIFIED as an IMPORT, I live the LOWRIDER lifestyle. Anyone feel the same.. or oppose?
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