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Typical defense just like you did when he made fun of mini trucks. Im bout tired of being somewhere this is encouraged. Its a shame Im having to consider leaving the site over people who band together just to insult people.
Here we go starting threats to make fun of things again...rather ridiculous and immature for a "teacher" to do this repeatedly. Way to discourage expression of creativity on a site that's designed to encourage and showcase it. Let's just forbid that the car in question may have been created for an express purpose. Heck, let's just ban anything designed to modify a modern compact car or truck. Or even worse, lower/bag/juice anything that Greg Myers might see.
BTW, AGAIN using a misleading or vague title to capture everyone's attention. Should've paid attention to OP before wasting my time.
Steven, you've done a wonderful job on this car. Don't worry 'bout anyone not liking your build style. As I like to say "haters gon hate". Besides, nothing wrong with stock or lifted but, we like 'em low in KY, right?
My photobucket always acts funny. Sometimes it will show the html before and after my pictures when I link them onto sites. Three or four days later, the html will be gone...really strange things going on there.
Nick, that is confirmed. And what an honorable way to say goodbye to Paul and the Brian character. But if they "retire" Brian, won't Mia be going with him? And that presents opportunity for Dom to contact her and check on them. I'm sure that, if that happens, some favorable words will be spoken about Brian in future movies. Of coarse, as a tribute to Paul.
Jonathan, you are doing an excellent job on this one. Your photography and coverage of the build is supurb as well. I've been eyeballing all these frame and suspension shots because I've been considering one of these as another dropped custom project...using a modified stock frame. Then again, I could just build my first full frame and bash/scratch a full drivetrain. Your pictures give very accurate representation of what the kit offers in terms of suspension options, whether one choses stock, raised, or dropped. Again, very nice work!