Wild West Shoot-Out

Three Las Vegas car clubs are brought together by a common bond: The need to roll big in a city that once belonged to the low-lows

Sticks and stones may break bones, but words only made Vegas car club Dublife stronger. It was 2003, and in the City of Sin, bigger wasn’t
better. Lowriders ran the streets, and the very few who were trying to ride out on big rims were laughed at. “They called us country,” says
KC Shelton, one of the four founding members and original V.P. But the small crew knew then that wires and ’dros wouldn’t rule this town forever. Pulling inspiration from what was happening on the East Coast, the four organized and started Dublife.

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