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Want to know what it is to have a Slammed car? Or just want to get some inspiration towards your next project? Or just have deep love for the stanced car community? Why not check out the Static Club?
Static Club are all over, they have an Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and an online shop where they sell all sorts of merchandise, like T-shirt’s, hoodies, hats, stickers, all sorts of branded cool goodies.
This post will be primarily just to outline the things they do and to give you some inspiration into your own car builds or help you find some cool merchandise.
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Like Slammed Cars?
If you’re like us and into your Slammed cars, we follow all sorts of different YourTube channels, mainly just car related channels and hashtags, but when we want some static car inspiration we go to Static Club, who show us plenty of photos and videos of lowered cars without bags.
They are still a relatively new brand and channel so a lot of their following has been happening over the last couple of years, but they are proving they can create some valuable content and some fresh merch for us all to get in on. Check out the Static Club shop and see what suits you.
So if you’re into slammed cars, like fresh content on Instagram and YouTube check them out on the video below or this little old link here.
Slammed Static Car Compilation
Static Clubs YouTube and Instagram are made up of slammed car compilations, comprised of loads of snippets of different Slammed cars. The cars in the videos are all static on coilovers and represent the brand to being “static” instead of “bagged” or on air.
The cars in the videos all look super slammed to the ground and have negative Camber but would you expect anything less from a slammed car YouTube channel.
All the videos they post get really good thumbs up and plenty of views, as they appreciate all modified cars, just like us. And there is nothing wrong with appreciation.
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Subscribe To The YouTube
Their YouTube channel is going strong right now, with over 5k subscribers, they never fail to drop a good compilation and their likes and views correspond!
Get finding them on YouTube under the name Static Club if you’re into your Slammed cars, their videos offer tonnes of inspiration to create super awesome builds.
The videography is filled with sick angles and some chilled out tunes, the whole setup of the videos makes me just want to get my project car finished and get rollin’ with some friends.
I just love how the videos incorporate a lot of community and love for cars and the way they all cruise together just gives off a great vibe that I could live by.
Join The Club
While the brand side of things is still new and starting out life they have some pretty cool merch which seems to sell out pretty fast. Not to mention the pre order gear and the coming soon.
But you don’t gotta buy all their dope gear and stickers to be part of the gang (well maybe just the stickers to represent) but you do have to follow their Instagram and YouTube and share the love.
If your rollin’ on coils you gotta spread the love, anyone Slammed will understand the community we share and how much impact it has when we talk about our cars.
So get joining the gang, check out the merch, subscribe and follow.
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Part Of The Community
You don’t have to be part of the Static Club though to know there is a whole world of car enthusiasts out there, from the Slammed crews, the track drivers, drift guys, even the 4×4 dudes, everyone has a passion. It’s just how you express it.
Just share the love, keep posting, going to shows and appreciate the car community for what it has become over the years, no hate over here.
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