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Definition of scraper



  • Buick Century

    Last edited on Apr 24 2003. Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 24 2003.

  • An old school car, that is that is in good condition

    Last edited on Jun 16 2005. Submitted by Richard C. from Oakland, CA, USA on Jun 16 2005.

  • A car that's somewhere between a bucket and a hooptie in quality. A cheap and fairly reliable car.

    Last edited on May 17 2011. Submitted by AMERICO A. from Oakland, CA, USA on Jan 21 2009.

  • A vehicle that is far too low to the ground and has so little suspension that it "scrapes" along its bottom when negotiating any kind of raised surface in the road. Not to be confused with a "whip," which is a vehicle that, for some unknown reason is being operated by a driver who is OUTSIDE the vehicle. (Ghost-Rider!)

    Last edited on Mar 20 2012. Submitted by NatAsmai from Sacramento, CA, USA on Mar 20 2012.

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