One of the most popular hobbies among car enthusiasts is collecting 1/64 scale diecast lowrider cars and trucks. These miniature models are replicas of real vehicles that have been modified with hydraulic suspensions, custom paint jobs, flashy rims, and other accessories to create a unique and eye-catching style. Lowriders originated in the Mexican-American communities of Southern California in the 1940s and 1950s, and have since become a symbol of cultural identity, artistic expression, and social resistance. Diecast lowrider collectors can find a wide variety of models from different brands, such as Hot Wheels, Johnny Lightning, Greenlight, M2 Machines, and more. Some collectors prefer to keep their models in their original packaging, while others like to customize them further with decals, stickers, or even swapping parts. Diecast lowrider models are not only fun to collect and display, but also to learn about the history and culture behind them.