#257 Low & Slow : The History of Low Rider Culture | Phoenix Custom Build Talent Luis Miranda & Richard Ochoa


As a Phoenix native, Luis Miranda, owner of Miranda’s Custom Cars, got his start working on cars by helping his father at the age of 8 & has spent the last 35 years carving a true legacy under hood within the lowrider scene with grace & style. 

We discuss his fascinating journey : 

Before his first build project –literally digging graves with Dad to earn some money for his dream ride.

Working with legendary lowrider Hall of Famer Mando Estrada on the  very first official Lowrider of the Year “Brandy Madness”

Why lowrider culture may disappear as the new generations my disconnect.

The importance of humility under hood and in the community.  

* SHOW NOTE : We do apologize , as the last segment was lost ( studio hard drive was not emptied ) and we did stitch together another Lowrider legend Richard Ochoa from Ep 237  for this interview. We will have Luis back on in the future. 

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