We love the creativity that comes with customizing cars. Donk cars are great for car lovers who want to create something that reflects the owner’s personality and tastes. Making a donk car is also an act of preservation. Many cars that become donks start out as old, beat-up cars near the end of their life cycle. Because donk building involves reworking your suspension, brakes, and running gear, there is a lot of most donk owners take the next step and restore the body, add a custom paint job, and generally polish the vehicle until it looks like a completely new ride.
After all that elbow grease (and literal grease), the end result is a transformed classic coupe, sedan, or convertible that has not only been saved from the junkyard, but is now a rolling work of art.
Because donks are impractical as daily drivers, once the car is restored, it tends to remain in good condition for a long time. You won’t find many custom donk cars with rusty bodies or faded paint on donk cars. Owners like to keep their rides looking great.
Go check out a gathering of donk enthusiasts. You’ll find that this crowd doesn’t take themselves too seriously, but they do enjoy getting wild and crazy with their donks. What they do take seriously, however, is how their cars look, and making people smile. That’s why we love donk culture.
If you’re looking to create a donk car all of your own, we have the perfect solution for you. We have a full stock of complete lift kits for all kinds of cars, including the traditional Caprice donks, Buick Rivieras, Cadillac ElDorados, and more. In fact, if we don’t have a kit ready for your specific make and model, we’ll engineer one for you. Give us a call today and get started on transforming your ride.