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Old 1st February 2010, 15:59   #11
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Looks very good inded!


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Old 1st February 2010, 16:00   #12
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Looking good, Garrett!
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Very nice wheels. Those are my favorite style, by far.
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Best looking wheel on the M5! Looks sick!
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love the red caps...i'd say color match the lips and call it a day
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Old 1st February 2010, 18:23   #16
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That's it one pic? Just kidding you got one sexy beast!!!! Can we get some pics of those carbon mirrors also.
His mirrors are jet black not carbon. He painted them to match his roof.

See his thread on them here: Black Mirrors

G' well done. Love the wheels and the rig is looking smooth as ever. I swear you must dip your car in baby oil before you shoot it. Thats the wettest looking TiSi on the board. Your paint just pops bro.

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Also, just last night talked the wife into getting those side/fender skirts if I have a good month this month. Wooo hooo!!!

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really nice wheels.. hopefully wheels ill be able to purchase myself in the near future...

what kind of spoiler is that? it flows so well with the car
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what did you go with to drop the car springs or coilovers? and what brand did you go with?
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Beautiful looking car - I do like the BBS LMs.

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Looking good. Great taste!
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