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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-21-2001, 11:28 AM Thread Starter
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Oh, the agony, don\'t look at this Zuk!

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I actually feel sorry for the little guy.

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Re: Oh, the agony, don\'t look at this Zuk!

feel bad for the guy who owns it!

There's no way that he'll get his investment out of it...

Sad...

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Re: Oh, the agony, don\'t look at this Zuk!

If he did that for an "investment", it was a bad one. He should stick to stocks.

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Re: Oh, the agony, don\'t look at this Zuk!

Kind of sickening isn't it. I would like to get a pic w/ mine parked on the hood of it though!

"Rip it till it breaks, then build it back stronger"

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Re: Oh, the agony, don\'t look at this Zuk!

I'm from the school of "To each his own" so I'm not going to bash it. If that's what he wanted to do to his car than that's fine. It's personally not for me but we are in America and it is "The land of the free!" It kinda looks like a golf cart too me...

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Re: Oh, the agony, don\'t look at this Zuk!

I believe in the "To each his own" philosophy. I just want to park on him, I don't want him to rebuild it. Just kidding, like you this is not what I would have done with the 2-5 grand he put in her. But it ain't hurting me or anyone else so whatever floats your boat!

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i don't feel sorry for the truck or the owner. i feel sorry for closed-minded individuals who cannot appreciate another persons creative ability. i come from a lowriding background and i am here to tell you that there is a lot of thought, money, and hard work involved in building a lowrider....dare i say at least as much as building a rock monster!! i am working on my next lifted Samurai now and when this one is what i want i will search for another Samurai and SLAM IT!!!

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Re: Oh, the agony, don\'t look at this Zuk!

when i was smaller, i was brought up on lowriders like you see in the movies, or car shows and stuff like that. I even used to like it. i used to go to car shows with low rider cars, and bikes... but ive grown out of it, and now looking forward to off road events.

my point is... "for different folks, different strokes" (i think thats how it goes) quoted from a great man, and friend BB.



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I'm not knocking it. But, having owned a low rider Samurai once (I bought it to build into an off road-machine) I can tell you that Samurais are not built for that type of punishment. The low-riding Sami I had was an ex-show car and the frame AND body had stress cracks all over it. Basically, the car was totalled from the hydraulics on it.

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I say "BUY IT and GARAGE IT". out of sight out of mind *LOL*

and while it's in the garage perform a little surgery:
* SPOA (with revolvers)
* rear disc conversion
* 6 point cage
* Swift GTI seats
* race harnesses
* 33" Boggers
* nurfs, panel/sill protection
* winch bar (with bad ass winch)
* rockhopper xfer (with gussetted arms)
* locked front and rear
* xfer and gas skid plates

and anything else you can think of while your in there working on it *LOL*

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