Don’t let all the chromed suspension parts fool you. If the safety chains augmenting that suspension didn’t give you a clue the WANAHOP vanity license plate will let you know that this car is set up for some serious bouncing in addition to the shine & show crowd. I think it’s kind of silly but human’s will make a competition out of almost anything. From the looks of the chrome plated reinforcing bracket on the low riding Lincoln next to it, that car has probably also gotten some hang time off of the ground. The stereo 3D pics give you a good idea of just how articulated the body gets from the ground and from the car’s components that are supposed to keep it on the ground. Without spouting cliches about diversity, one of the things that I liked about this show was that it reflected a very broad spectrum of car culture subcultures and everyone seemed to be enjoying everyone else’s cars.
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