Is this day and age, it’s really a shame how much hate certain trends in the automotive industry get. Sure, there might be certain things that are incredibly offbeat and really don’t match up with what your version of the perfect automobile is, however, while I’m not saying that you have to go out of your way to appreciate everybody’s build because, let’s be honest, there’s some cheap junk out there that’s dying for attention alone, It’s kind of unfortunate that people write off entire groups of car enthusiasts into one category and never really take the time to be able to appreciate exactly what it is that they have built.
Now, in the world of performance, it can be easy to write off the stance community. I don’t think it’s too far of a stretch to say that there are a lot of gearheads who simply can’t really get down with the cars that sit inches from the ground. However, if you don’t take your time to see that not all stance cars are created equal, you wouldn’t have been able to possibly lay eyes on a vehicle like this, a Ford Mustang that doesn’t look to be the most functional in the world but also, on the flipside, looks like it would be a ton of fun to drive and certainly something that demands attention.
If you follow along down in the video below, you’ll be able to appreciate the full scope of his LS1 swapped Mustang that has been chopped up in every last way that you could imagine and slammed to the ground. I wouldn’t be surprised if even if those people who openly hate the slammed car community could find a way to appreciate a built like this because the way that this thing comes together is just so interesting to look at that you almost are forced into giving it your full and undivided attention as you try and pick up on every last aspect of design that has been retooled into the loud and boisterous final product.