Author: Dave |
May 17, 2011 |
In: Aftermarket Parts, FUNNY, WTF
#5 looks shopped and is #11 a model?
Nope and nope.
#5 is shopped. 58-64 chevys can't get that low without a body drop which is expensive.
so just because a body drop is expensive makes it impossible, so i guess all the body work and paint is shopped too
well the guy who shooped it must have been amazing the trees even line up in the back window and he even added camber to the front tire to make it look proper, probably got a pro to do it rather then body drop, and really body drops arent that expensive for somebody who did all the other work done to the car already
your mom is shopped
Low rider……Donny? Low rider.
Alright, let's ride.
#9 I'll take it!
these are all ridiculous. should all be scrapped for ruining some of these that are nice classics.
These cars are art on wheels, man. Don't hate. Appreciate. There's a lot of history, not only to these classic muscle cars, but to lowriders as a whole. It's like a culture, bro.
How much fun it is to read about Sterling NY, the town I visited as a child with my failmy. My grandfather was Hugh B Dugan and my father was Hugh Carlyle Dugan and my brother is Sloane Dugan. So many failmy names! Such fun we had hopping in Grandpa Dugan’s old car where we could peek through the floor boards and see the ground on our way to to Uncle Allen and Aunt Francis’s farm. Good stuff for a little “city girl” living in Nutley NJ.Thanks for such fond memories,Susan Dugan Burgermaster
Hie guys,im a hydraulic fitter in Botswana (Africa) i would like to know how do you guys do to fit that system,guy like who want to own a workshop in his country.what kind of equipment do i need to set up a workshop. Thinx for your assistent
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