I have had an idea to turn a 110 landy into a lowrider based around citroen suspention parts. any one know if this has been done? what problems can you for see?
Um....I wouldn't even bother mate lol.....For starters it WILL cause many
problems, also, why would you want to do that anyway?
btw..I moved this to 'European Imports' :thumbs:
well, ive seen slammed yank pickups, thought we would have something to
wave the old union jack.
Well, i wasnt thinkin of importin 1:p
have to agree
ive got no clue y u would want to build that
the trucks out here take forever to build when theyre that modified
Well this is one advantage with the landy, if you have ever worked on one
you will find that they are perfectly modular, you can fit a hard top to a
soft top in an hr with a socket set and screwdrivers. you can turn a
station wagon in to a pick up in an hour. You can fit most historical parts
to new vehicles and vise versa.
Its really like a big boys mecharno kit.
It's probably been done, as customs are a worldwide phenomenon.
I think it's a cool idea. Why do it? To be different than the guy who buys something off-the-rack. Building it is the fun of it.
If you would like to do it then do it. Perhaps yours will be better than all the rest. :thumbs:
Do you mess the bottom of one of your bumpers every time you set the
You can set how low it can go when installing. This is done by cutting your springs or welding your brackets.