Jimmy Lemus' 1967 Buick

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A photo of Jimmy's Riviera that Junji Nakamura shot at an indoor car show at the Long Beach Sports Arena in 1971. A beautiful lifted and mildly customized Riviera Custom. Lemus was a member of the New Movement SFV car club, and his Riviera featured a custom paint job by Bill Carter. It was shown under the name "Low and Loaded." Photo from The Junji Nakamura Photo Collection.
Another photo of "Low and Loaded" from the 1971 Long Beach Sports Arena show. Photo from The Junji Nakamura Photo Collection.

1967 Buick Riviera owned by New Movement SFV car club member Jimmy Lemus of San Fernando, California. Known as "Low and Loaded," Jimmy's Riviera featured a custom paint job by Bill Carter of Carter Pro Paint.[1] In November of 2021 Jimmy told Sondre Kvipt of Kustomrama that "Honey Boy," one of his New Movement homies installed the hydraulic lifts on the car. The lifts were installed in 1970. In 1973 Jimmy sold the car to buy his first home.[2]



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