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Oldies Car Club Picnic & Filming For Speed TV’s “Living The Low Life” ~ Sylmar

George from Oldies CC invited me out to a picnic the club was having for a filming of the hit show "Living The Low Life" on Speed TV. The turn out was awesome. The club had various chapters on hand and a lot of great cars.

Chris Roark had his recently crowned Lowrider of the Year "The Perfect Score" on hand.

This car has so much detail it is a must see in person. It will have a cover feature in LRM real soon.

Here's George getting interviewed by the LTLL crew. The crew was very nice and great to talk to.

More images from the picnic. I have a few hundred photos to go through. There is also more on my Flickr page.

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