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Old 15 Aug 2017, 09:44 am
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So I was surfing the web today (which always ends up costing me $$) and decided to look at wheels. American Racing now makes these in 18", and I can get 18" whitewalls to go on them. I am liking this idea - especially if I painted them teal to match the interior...

I have so many ideas for this car - all of which require lots of
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What a great thread, your PT looks amazing
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