professorpeter
professorpeter:

scrape-groundclearance:

Early 70’s Benz sedan on Dayton’s. This thing trips me out for a number of reasons, mostly because it’s the perfect blend of Lowrider and VIP. Friggin badass. 

There’s nothing about this car that says vip to me


Then why bother reblogging it, Professor? Isn’t a VIP car typically a super clean full-sized rwd luxury sedan, lowered excessively over a set of really nice wheels and tires? 

professorpeter:

scrape-groundclearance:

Early 70’s Benz sedan on Dayton’s. This thing trips me out for a number of reasons, mostly because it’s the perfect blend of Lowrider and VIP. Friggin badass. 

There’s nothing about this car that says vip to me

Then why bother reblogging it, Professor? Isn’t a VIP car typically a super clean full-sized rwd luxury sedan, lowered excessively over a set of really nice wheels and tires? 

ofsitalk
ofsitalk:

raphaelgranas:

scrape-groundclearance:

raphaelgranas:

scrape-groundclearance:

Puro class, ese. Lifted First Gen Corvair. Hell yeah.

bruh some credit would be nice. forgive me if I’m wrong but I think this was made by themcxx.

Bruh, if I know who took a photo, originally published it, made the scan or photochopped an image, I have no problem giving credit (if you took some time to browse my other posts, you would see proof of this). But if I found the image on a random, down-the-rabbit-hole google search (like I did with this one), oftentimes there is no name to give credit to.

No problem, thanks for being so cool about it, hope I didn’t come off as someone looking for problems. it is a pretty kickass corvair.

if you ever find an image online, use images.google.com’s reverse image search function to find the person who made it. it usually works.

Right on, I didn’t know you could do that. You learn somethin everyday! Good lookin out :)

ofsitalk:

raphaelgranas:

scrape-groundclearance:

raphaelgranas:

scrape-groundclearance:

Puro class, ese. Lifted First Gen Corvair. Hell yeah.

bruh some credit would be nice. forgive me if I’m wrong but I think this was made by themcxx.

Bruh, if I know who took a photo, originally published it, made the scan or photochopped an image, I have no problem giving credit (if you took some time to browse my other posts, you would see proof of this). But if I found the image on a random, down-the-rabbit-hole google search (like I did with this one), oftentimes there is no name to give credit to.

No problem, thanks for being so cool about it, hope I didn’t come off as someone looking for problems. it is a pretty kickass corvair.

if you ever find an image online, use images.google.com’s reverse image search function to find the person who made it. it usually works.

Right on, I didn’t know you could do that. You learn somethin everyday! Good lookin out :)