By Kyle Dierking, NewsOn6.com
TULSA, OK - They go high and low and show off the front and back of these colorful cruisers.
"You start from basically a rust bucket and put it together to make it look like something like this," said Block Colbert.
That includes dusting while dancing and making sure those dubs are blinding. It's all a part of the low rider show put on by the Individuals Car Club.
"We're all here for the same reason," said Joel Waddle, who came from Kansas City for the event. "Pull your cars out and wax them, wash them, show 'em what you've got."
And they do. Hundreds of cars were on display, including the cheesiest: a Cheetos-themed Chevy Caprice, complete with logoed seat cushions and Chester himself rocking the rims.
"I wanted something nice and bright, something that would stand out," Carey Goudeau, who created the car. "I figured orange and yellow were some bright colors, so I figured I'd do Cheetos."
The car cost about 12,000 bucks to Cheeto-ize and six months to build, but there's a burning question that comes to mind about this cheese machine.
How many bags of Cheetos did you eat through the whole process?
"I probably ate a couple bags of flaming hot Cheetos," Goudeau laughed.
"It's all about the environment - everybody having a good time and hanging out and representing the same thing," Waddle said.
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