No one rolls lower or wider than Bee Dragon. Featuring in this short video is their Toyota Crown Athlete, and suspension wise some of the key car modifications include K-Break Kai full adjustable coilover suspension, Bee Dragon adjustable arms. When it comes to fitment, Intensive Hanku wheels sized in 18×10.5 in the front with an offset of -12 and 18×12 with an offset of -20 in the rear. They are wrapped in Toyo Proxes T1R’s in 225/45/18 upfront and 275/35/18 rear. Exterior wise, the car features Bee Dragon custom fenders with full metal pumped and widened guards, Bee Dragon custom trunk spoiler and last but not least the K-Break Platinum aero body kit. Huge thanks to our friends at Maiham-Media.com for the video and make sure you follow the on their Facebook page by clicking here.

20 Responses

  1. projektzwo

    “No one rolls lower or wider than Bee Dragon.” – now that’s a BULLSHIT and please stop making such a stupid statements without being 100% sure.

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    • Nat

      stop ranting on such petty things and try enjoying the video, smh..
      sick video, car has wicked fitment, and luke huxham iss the man haha

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    • Luke Huxham

      Projektzwo, these cars roll harder than anything you will ever see around your neighborhood. Appreciate it, hating is so 2005.

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  2. Jarrod

    To be honest when I first saw this, I wasn’t psyched on the poke OR camber. But I digress, this thing is SO sick. Very well-done with everything. I love it. Great feature, Elvis.

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  3. Estefan

    Love the bodywork and style of the car but the excessiveness of the wheels is what’s digging the grave of the stance movement.

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  4. Raiko

    So far this is my favorite VIP. Never been into the VIP scene, but there is no denying this car goes hard.

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  5. wteebo

    funny how certain styles come back around… remember raised white letters on tires in the ’70s? Maybe nothing is really a “new” idea just a revised version of something old.

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    • Grayscale

      thats exactly true look up “everythings a remix” on vimeo its a great short doc.

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