Also, what do you think of this style? Most times a donk is a car from the 70s, 80s or early 90s and is usually American built or a Lexus. You often need to lift the car to fit the large wheels, and many times you need to do also do heavy suspension work and fender work. Above: Our first donk is a classic Chevy Caprice, which is a very popular car to lift and put huge wheels on. This Corvette, with side exit headers was lifted and fitted with incredibly large wheels. We think this is a fake corvette, and they only used the body and put it over a different chassis. Above: Looks like you can also turn a limo into a donk… why?
Donk – 10 of the biggest wheels we’ve seen on a car or a truck
July 7, Robbie Casselman built what he says is the tallest car in the Carolinas. These days that's saying something.
Top definition. Any POS late 80's or early 90's American heap preferably an Impala that has large enough wheels installed until it resembles and rides and handles like a Conestoga wagon. This is done so it sits up high enough so as to be at the same eye level as the Playas with real juice ridin in their Escalades. Adding in a bad candy paint job and Wal-Mart sub box completes the transformation. With no money left over for necessary suspension and brake upgrades, the lifespan is limited to a few drug runs or the first Police chase , whichever occurs first.