Thanks for the link! I certainly appreciate all the work and effort that went into these.
And will also admit it's kind of cool (in an odd way) to see cars bouncing up and down, dancing, etc.. It's just not my thing. About 10 years ago I was driving my Toronado and some kid walked over to me when I got out and said "He wuts up? Nice car bro ... I can 'hook you up' if ya wan" I said "what do you mean? Your car, my friend and I do hydraulics, we could lower it and make it sik" I replied "Do you know that this is a Classic FWD Car? GMs first venture into FWD?" He actually didnt know it was FWD, but liked the car and still thought it would be cool to customize. Naturally I wasn't interested, thanked him and walked away! I recall he said for only $5,000!! lol I will say though that at least this whole hobby is very CONSTRUCTIVE. It gives people a sense of belonging and expressing themselves in a positive way, a sense of accomplishment, and keeps people off the streets. I've noticed over the years that usually people who are into cars be it "tuners", Worked late Model Muscle, Kids who tinker with "classics", etc are almost alway "clean" and stay away from drugs and bad venues! On the flip side, I find all too often that "bad kids" aren't really BAD. They just suffer from borden and that leads to a destructive path if they get in with the wrong crowd. Last .... I didn't know that it was an LA thing, I thought more of just a California thing. Always great to learn!