Trucks are not supposed to be lowered.
2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GT - 112,000 mi.
Sport trucks look better slammed.Originally Posted by CRBoyd91
Trucks look totally digusting lowered. The whole appeal of a pickup or an SUV is in its high ground clearance. When it is gone, you are left with a pregnant mastodont.
I like the navigator front.....and thats about it
lowered trucks look great! love the big rims under the wheel wells! makes it look even lower! some peaple dare to break tradition and that is where the best ideas come from! good work keep it up!
The front looks good on the LT, but I hate, hate, hate . . . hate lowered trucks.
Funny, the Navigator grille looks better on the F150 body than it does on the Navigator. It's that stupid "power dome" hood. (a long standing Lincoln design cue???)
Don't like the wheels, and the bottom of the car doesn't look blended into the background.
I agree looks a lot better here. And like the lowering.Originally Posted by FoMoCo Fan
Current: 2012 Chevrolet Impala LT Past: 1995 Chrysler Cirrus LX, 1996 Chevy Lumina, 1998 GMC Astro (GMC Grill on an Astro)
I love the front end.
Why don't you try this non-lowered? I think I can agree with pretty much everyone else on here in that I don't like lowered trucks. Ugh! I like the idea though.
Ok I fixed it ChevRev.
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The lower one is much nicer, though I'd still prefer it the other way around (Mark LT grille on the Gator). Or perhaps could you give this gentleman here a rear cabin to see how an LT-based Gator would look like - I have a feeling that would be a winner.
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