This shows the contrast of an old carro with a new carro. "Carro" is the Spanish word for "car" in New Mexico. People often criticize New Mexicans for speaking "Spanglish," but the word "carro", in actuality, is archaic. To the conquistadores, a "carro" was a word used to describe a horse-drawn wagon as shown here. People use the word today to describe modern-day wagons: cars. The word can be used to describe anything from a classic '57 Chevy, to a Cadillac, to Lowriders with gold rims and hydraulics.
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