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Ace-Garageguy

Very shiny, very tall cars......

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That is just plain stupid!!

Will be funny when the balljoints give out (hopefully on an abandoned road with a cliff at the end of it......)

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That is north St. Louis on a Sunday. Cruise day and all the wheeled abominations came out to play.

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These cars are called Donks its a big thing in the south I like them just not the shinyness. SOME of these cars have wheels big as 30 inch wheeld and themed like reeces or skittles

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These cars are called Donks its a big thing in the south I like them just not the shinyness. SOME of these cars have wheels big as 30 inch wheeld and themed like reeces or skittles

Is that what they call them? Really? Gee willikers.

What's the point? I don't get it. I kinda like my cars to actually accelerate, stop, and handle WELL...which none of these are capable of. :wacko:

Edited by Ace-Garageguy

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Well, it would be easy to change the oil .

Oh, THAT'S the point !!! Duh...I shoulda known there was a good reason. :)

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These cars are called Donks its a big thing in the south I like them just not the shinyness. SOME of these cars have wheels big as 30 inch wheeld and themed like reeces or skittles

I honestly think I could fit the 235/75r15 Wranglers off my Cherokee inside some of those rims!

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Is that what they call them? Really? Gee willikers.

What's the point? I don't get it. I kinda like my cars to actually accelerate, stop, and handle WELL...which none of these are capable of. :wacko:

Yes that's what there actually called

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Technically, a "Donk" would be a '71-'76 Impala, but the term has been used generically to describe any jacked up car with giant wheels.

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These would look great...

on another forum :wacko:

mike

But I like these kind of cars I have all of the revell kits of them

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I guarantee the revell kits will be worth big bucks in 10 years. These cars may not win any speed records ,but i'd love to see them race . seriously think about a donk hillclimb or even something like a rally scenario. :lol:

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But I like these kind of cars...

That's what counts, everyone's got their own style :)

mike

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...but i'd love to see them race . seriously think about a donk hillclimb or even something like a rally scenario. :lol:

...autocross or gymkhana would be fascinating...or drag racing...3 minute ETs. ;)

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They are called "donks" because thats the noise a ball joint makes when it comes apart.

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They are called "donks" because thats the noise a ball joint makes when it comes apart.

:lol: ..... There are also sub categories of the "Donk". Box or Bubble depending on the general shape of the car's body style.

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They are called "donks" because thats the noise a ball joint makes when it comes apart.

You do know them people who put big rims and tire combos on there jacked up trucks also have that problem

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I believe that the steel company that did the stainless cars used them as a sales tool to advertise the duribility of the product.their top salesmen drove the cars on sales calls,some putting hundreds of thousands of miles on them.A couple of the 36 Fords were eventually canibilized for parts to repair others that had been damaged.

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