MEXICO TRUCK INVASION
Street Trucks|July 2021
CULTURE-SPECIFIC CLASSICS AND CUSTOMS
VICTOR LOPEZ

THE LAST TIME STREET TRUCKS WAS INVITED TO HIT A SHOW SOUTH OF THE BORDER, IT WAS AN EYE-OPENING EXPERIENCE FILLED WITH KILLER BUILDS, NEW FRIENDS AND A THRIVING CUSTOM TRUCK CULTURE. So, when word came down the pipe about another show located in a separate part of the amazing country that is Mexico, we knew we had to be there with cameras in hand.

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