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In 2000, the Petersen Automotive Museum mounted an exhibit, "Arte y Estilo: The Lowriding Tradition" which was guest curated by Denise Sandoval, then a doctoral student at Claremont College. This catalog was published in conjunction with the exhibition, which ran from February 5 to May 28 of 2000. Latino Cultural Heritage Digital Archives.

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