I wonder if I can remote link to this pic... posted it on streetsourcemag's site.. a predominantly-mini truckin place.
Those guys are even more so about the parking way low, yet drive like a 4x4 style. Anyway.. what I found funny about the pic that made me laugh (and will prob make you laugh)... is when I was putting the pics together, I looked at the difference between my ride height and full up height and sorta had to go wtf and chuckle a bit. I prob won't be winning any skyscraping or max height achievable competitions any time soon. But it all works out.. I made the struts to allow me to bring the car down as low as possible... and what's actually stopping it in the full down pic is the exhaust is basically flattened on the ground towards the rear, and the front uca and twisted spindle are bottomed out against each other finally (which, paradoxically, is harder, yet easier with my shortened uca :) ) So, with some tucking of the exhaust, and implementing a split uca/tubular spindle in the front, I would like to ultimately lay this big-body unibody on the ground.
Hmmm... I'm thinking this collage would also work well as fodder in the air vs. coilover wars that the VW/euro guys have, showing them that going air isn't "selling out" when your max height on air is potentially lower than your static height on coilovers.