I’m with the Dukes Car Club of Tucson. What I’m most proud of, other than my family, is my 1941 Chevrolet. It was 14 years of construction. My wife and I both built it together. We farmed out a few little things, but we did the majority of the work ourselves. I was persistent. Completing it was very time consuming and emotionally draining, and then rewarding. But we’re keeping the culture of the low rider or the low rider bomb alive. A bomb is a pre-’50s Chevrolet that was originally named by the sailors in San Diego, because the cars would backfire. They would say, ‘Stay away from it. It’s gonna blow up. It’s a bomb!’ The Hispanic community liked that, a ‘bomb,’ and it stuck.