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Fresh Rides Thursdays: The Stance Nation

Posted on the 20 June 2013 by Baj25 @COS_blog


Anyone who knows me knows I’ve been part of the import car scene 2000 when I saw first street race at Hunts Point in the Bronx. I was a young crazy kid with a need for speed who had no regard for the law at all. The one thing that kept me and my boys going during that time was our collective love for all things import or JDM as some would call it. We would spend all day and night working on cars and hitting the local speed shops to get new parts that’s what the real “Fast & Furious Life” is all about chilling out with your friends and, enjoy the import scene. The new import car scene is still healthy with people who love going fast, but now a new breed has emerge from the custom car world where suspension and big wheels run things. We call these low riding drivers “Stance Nation” a group of people who are all about making their car sit as low as it can while keeping it completely custom from the wheels to the seats these people do care about going super fast they are more about style and function. 

Here are a few examples:





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