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Mark Webb

Mark joined MotorBiscuit as an automotive contributor in 2022 and has spent more than a decade writing cars. He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and English and entered the automotive world right out of college, learning sales, loans, auction flow, service, and parts at a small dealership.

In 2009 Mark started his blog, The Open Road Rambler, and has since contributed to The Drive, Car Bibles, Corvette Forum, Club Lexus, Audi World, and MB World.

Mark has owned several “oddball” cars including a 1973 VW Thing, 1978 Porsche 924, and a 1986 Ford Bronco II. His current fleet includes a 2000 Mercedes CLK 430 convertible and a 1965 Ford Mustang coupe.

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A 1951 Chevy (L) and 1960 Chevrolet Impala (R) lowrider owned by Marc Levine Mario de Alba in Tijuana, Mexico
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What Type of Vehicles Can Be Lowriders?

Here's a look at the most common type of vehicles converted into lowriders, and whether or not some builds are excluded from becoming lowriders.