277709.  A work in progress is a 1967 Grand Prix that Arthur Medina, at right, is customizing as a low-rider car. He has begun the intricate paint job with only a spray can, and hopes to have it finished in two to three years. The car will have "hydraulics all around," he says, and an interior of "crushed velvet, red or black - velvet all over."

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A work in progress is a 1967 Grand Prix that Arthur Medina, at right, is customizing as a low-rider car. He has begun the intricate paint job with only a spray can, and hopes to have it finished in two to three years. The car will have "hydraulics all around," he says, and an interior of "crushed velvet, red or black - velvet all over."

Keywords:

SANTA FE, PAINTERS (ARTISTIC), CAFES, SIGNS, ADVERTISING, MEDINA, ARTHUR, PONTIAC GRAND PRIX CARS, SPANISH AMERICAN PEOPLE, CUSTOMIZED VEHICLES, DESIGNS (DECORATIVE)

Location:

SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO.

Photographer:

GORDON GAHAN/National Geographic Creative
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