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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-13-2002, 04:54 PM Thread Starter
 
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Another POS lowered Jeep

I swear to God, if I catch any of you driving this piece of $hit I will not hesitate to drive over it with you still inside. There are more pics at the little punk's site - http://www.zeroes.com/jeep/ I encourage you to drop a line to the owner of the site, [email protected] and bash him.



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What's the big deal? I look at it as a Bucket of part's for my jeep in the future. Besides, if it a true lowrider guy that has it, chances are that he treats it like his baby, which is also good. Everyone has there preference, and you may say like I do "Trucks were made to be lifted not lowered, yet you don't see anyone bashing people that lower their burbans, or silverado truck's So I say let them be, and just let them keep their Jeep as Chery as possible. It just ad's value to our rigs.

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www.zeroes.com, very aptly named. Some of the better info on the site:

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"I'm in the city I like, and doing the job I like, and I could only be happier if I'd work up the nerve to start dating again. "

Nerve to be turned down be any female with half a standard..

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Look at the house it's setting in front of!
Mommy and Daddy gave him money to entertain him instead of raising him...
So he bought a toy, got bored with the toy, changed the toy, next he'll either trade the toy off for cheap (because money is free from parents) and one of us will wind up with it, or ...
because his parents didn't raise him, he'll have to give the jeep to his crack dealer for is drug bill, and the crack dealer will trade it off cheap, and one of us will wind up with it...

The shame of this story is the kid will always be a looser because his parents didn't raise him correctly...

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I don't have a problem with people lowering trucks. However, I think we all can agree that lowered SWB Jeeps just don't look good.

Don't get me wrong - I'd love to build a truck pushing sick HP that would run 12s in the quarter. I've seen good looking lowered Grand Cherokees that will smoke any piece of import or American steel you throw at them - Mustang Cobras, big-block Corvettes and so on.

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Personally, I think all lowriding trucks should be forced to drive over backroads in PA coal country at high speed. There are only a few things a truck is good for... hauling a bunch of stuff, or going off pavement. Lowering it kills both of those, and the soul of the vehicle. I won't stop a person for doing whatever they like with their vehicle, but there's also no reason to stop me from opining that they f'd up good metal.

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if any of you went to the site it said that the jeep was restored to factory specs before it was traded in at a dealer and he did that to a jeep because it isnt typically a lowered vehicle kinda like th first guy that hotrodded a studebaker

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That makes me want to take a dump.

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You don't look old enough in your picture to remember Studillacs.



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This one really makes me sick. Someone posted this on the jeepaholics board, bad enough he lowered it AND put hydraulics on it, but did he have to take a pic in front of the WTC?!?!


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