"Stanced" (ridiculous lowerings)


#1

I quite like the slammed down look on custom cars, but some take it to silly extremes. I believe they call it having your car “stanced”.


#2

#3

I call it ‘Having your car ruined’.


#4

I agree Rob, I’ll bet it’s not cheap either! :thinking:


#5

Cars are allowed to have a top wishbone.


#6

So good.


#7

No that’s a fail :slight_smile:


#8

Speaking of car modifications, how is yours?


#9

Still dented - Tesco’s appointed body shop are collecting it next Friday :+1:

Also had an email back from the boys in blue:

“After consideration of all of the available evidence and in view of this being a damage only incident, it has been decided that it would not be in the public interest to pursue a prosecution in this case. As a result, no further action will be taken”

:roll_eyes:


#10

It’s especially good on luxury motors that probably used to ride quite comfortably before being ruined, I mean made awesome.


#11

“Oooh, nice car you have. I know how to make it moar betterer and you’ll only need to change your tyres every 500 miles…”

Twats.


#12

#13

Ffs.

Assume the other driver’s insurance will be paying?


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#15

I really hope so because my excess is £700 :worried: but not heard back yet from Tesco. The vehicle that did the damage was insured and we had a witness, so I’m hopeful.


#16

If you have the driver’s details, you should be ok…


#17

Saw this one on tv yesterday - Texas Metal


#18

slammed =/= stanced
stanced +++= cunt

More of a donk man myself :sunglasses:






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