haha. i can't fathom living in a part of the country where thats considered to be cool.
its a pretty widespread trend. i know for sure that their doing it out on the west coast. it originated in the south now its being done all over the country. i really dont see what the problem is or understand why it even bothers you.
no, no its not. they do them out here, but i think they only do it b/c its the only thing thats really getting press anymore. In LA cutlasses on 100 spokes will always rule in the ghetto. I see the occasional donk'ed or whatever they are called everyonce and awhile. They usually are a 4 gen red camaro with all red 22s.
I never said anything about it taking over. I just said that its a very big scene. I can show you numerous pics of cars from the west coast. What is this "press" you speak of? You can lose the whole "ghetto" thing too because not everyone that drives a car with big rims is from the "ghetto" or "the hood."
I had a air bagged silverado in high school. I think donks are ghetto in the way they lift them, not because I think anyone with big rims on their old ass chevy is from the hood. Hacked suspension = ghetto.
I won't deny they are over here. By press I mean the fact that random shops around here will build one to get into a magazine or for show purposes.
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