AccuAir has and will always(as long as they keep doing what they’re doing) be cool. And when your cool, your stuff sells. Ok, so maybe not that simple, but you get what I mean when it comes to a successful air suspension company. By the way, did you see the iPhone controller coming out next month? Now that’s cool.
Body dropped old school trucks have been my ultimate weekness. I even posted a picture of this truck, not too long ago. It’s absolutely perfect. Modern drivetrain and wheels, with a completely custom chassis. And the best part was that they didn’t paint it. So dope!! Here’s a little video on some info on the truck as well as some reasons why AccuAir is cool. Ha!
I can’t express how much I love when people take rusty cars with crazy patina body drop them and drag frame. Even better when they leave the body as is it and completely update the entire drivetrain and suspension. I think it’s becoming so popular because you simply cannot replicate the look. Hopefully it doesn’t become too mainstream but I really do enjoy seeing it. I came across this picture of a really dope example of what I’m talking about. Many people don’t understand how much work goes into a proper body drop. It’s pretty intense. And after all that work, leaving the patina gives the truck that much more character. Oh, and having baller wheels always help. So dope!
What a great color combo as well.
As someone who is striving to build my own company from scratch, I really can appreciate a company with great product’s and have a automotive background. Lowly Gentlemen came from the guys at Stanceworks, so we knew they would be producing quality goods. I’ve always believed that having a product in itself isn’t enough to build a brand that is going to last. You need a image, you need creativity to show your products in ways in ways that will draw people in. Below is a collaboration with T2 Detectives (since they will be carrying LG products) to draw in an audience. It’s an absolutely perfectly body-dropped and patina’d VW Bus. Complete with their fixed gear bike’s up top. I would LOVE to do something like this someday. Time will tell. The hard work continues…
Props to Lowly Gentlemen.
It’s true what they say. A picture is worth a thousand words, but a good picture is sure worth a whole lot more then that. This Bus is just about as perfect as it gets. Body drop, Porsche wheels, great patina, and rolling static like it should. The amount of neck breaking this Bus must do is incredible. In love, would be an understatement.
Hitting you guys with a late night post because I know there is no way I’ll be able to get to my computer tomorrow.
This kind of aids to the fact that my addiction to cars is across the board. A really dope body dropped Chevy Suburban(?) on solid-faced wheels. Not too sure why, but I am really imagining this with a OEM light blue paint job and chillin next to the beach with a surf board. Any one else seeing that? haha. Bad ass non-the-less.
I really love body dropped truck. I also really love lowriders. This truck seems to have feet in both camps. The large wire wheels are very different for a body drop truck, but it seems to fit in quite well. Man, I want one bad!
It hasn’t really snowed here much in NY since the huge storm in the fall. I kind of miss the snow drifting in the parking lots. Anyways, plenty of places around the world have gotten snow, and tuners have taken plenty of pictures of their rides in it. As many of you know, I absolutely love body drop VW Bus’, so the picture of this patena’d Bus in the snow is right up my alley. Although the salt can destroy a car over time, snow picture can be really cool.