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Old 1st February 2010, 06:30   #1
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Gunmetal LM's

Went back with my favorite wheel...BBS LM's...light gunmetal with the red center caps. 19" x 10" rear and 19" x 8.5 front with Toyo 275/30/19 rear and 245/35/19 front...I used H&R 10mm rear and 5mm front spacers.
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Old 1st February 2010, 06:37   #2
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YUM.. YUM... YUMMMY! mE LIke me likeee
I shall invest in something hot like that soon!!
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Perfection! I've always thought gunmetal LM's would look amazing, and you just proved it. Gorgeous beast you have there.
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red caps is a nice highlight too, beaut beast as ever.
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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.
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Looks very nice!
What kinda rear spoiler is that?
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Looks so good! (A little biased)
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everytime whe see this car ,its different and allways looking as sharp as it can be..biggest respect

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