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Old 24th July 2009, 21:52   #1
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Silverstone with Black or gunmetal wheels

Hello,
can someone post a picture of a silverstone e60 with black or gunmetal wheels .
Stock or aftermarket.

I'm thinking about getting a silverstone m5 and was wondering if Gunmetal or black was the way to go.
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There are pictures floating around of guys with Gunmetal Wheels on Silverstone. I think it looks fantastic, and would go with that over the black. I feel that black is not the way to go when you have lots of spokes/surface area on the wheel and your car is a light color, since the wheel kind of gets lost.

If you do a search you will find some pictures pretty easy.

M6 wheels also look great on Silverstone, as well as some Gunmetal Neez 7's.
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I wonder how my car would look like with gunmetal M6 wheels?

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