Built, Not Bought.

Taking a look at the current automotive scene, one might discover that the car scene is presently infested with vehicles that are left near stock other than a lowering kit and wheels. Young people of my generation are obsessed with this fad of lowering a car on flashy and trendy wheels yet doing nearly nothing else to it then passing if off as a “show” car. Stance, which is what that fad is called, was pretty cool when it first got popular in the USA about 4 or 5 year ago. It was new, it was done moderately and I didn’t mind it. But now, literally almost everybody in my generation has done it to their cars. Its been watered down, done over and over and over again and it’s seen everywhere. There isn’t much creativity to be seen at local car events now because the majority has done the same thing to their cars.  The concept of “creativity” and “personality” being expressed into someone’s car recently became distant, it feels as if stance had pushed that away. But recently I experienced a breath of fresh air; as I was casually scrolling along facebook, I saw a vehicle that was so creative it not only caught, but commanded my attention. It got my attention so well that I knew I had to take pictures of it. A few text messages, emails, and days later. I found myself at Extreme Custom Collision in Northern Virginia. An Employee named Joel has built a beautiful piece of artwork that I’m thrilled to share with my readers today. IMG_0223

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