Random Liberty Sightings: 006

This week, we are killing two birds with one stone by reveling Dave’s Audi A8L with his new wheels on in front of a Liberty sighting.

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Liberty Garage: 006

Mother Nature has not been on our side this year.  Because of the recent snow storm that hit NYC/NJ, we will need to wait a bit to see Dave’s Audi A8L complete.  For now, drool over this teaser


-AGIM JONES

Liberty Garage: 003 (continued)

Choppy is almost there.  Currently, he got new smaller tires and pulled out his rear quarter panels to help fit his low offset wheels.  He just needs to tub the inner fender and pull out the sides of the rear bumper before he can lower the car any more.  Stay tuned

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Winter Mode Allstars: 002

Anyone can look good for a picture.  Not all can do it every single day.  In doing so, you have to put in the extra effort even when you believe no one is watching.  Well guess what?  The streets are watching and they are saying Liberty VIP is changing the way you go about “Winter Mode.”

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Liberty Garage: 001 (continued)

We were able to recover some build up pics of Rob’s car.  The metal work is top-notch.  As you can see in this first pic, the quarter panel appears as if it would be destroyed by the wheel if one was to drive like this.  The magic-man Nate at Dreamakers Kustoms pulled a Houdini on us all because the wheel actually tucks under the quarter panel when compressed.

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The Road To VIP: 004

Driving a lowered vehicle with snug fitting wheels takes lots of practice and patience.  Not everyone realizes what we have to go through just to be able to drive around in style.  This is why hiding your keys from reckless family members and friends is important.

Fat Mike learned his lesson the hard way when a family member returned his ride like this

Luckily, the car was back out on the road with a freshly repaired/painted fender in a week.


-AGIM JONES

Liberty Garage: 001 (continued)

Rob’s car is almost complete.  Tucking 11′ wide double-digit negative offsets in the back of a 2nd gen Lexus GS is no simple task.  Shout out to Dreamakers Kustoms for doing an excellent job.

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