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  • Oh, it is. I still need to photoshop it, but I'm quite sure it'll look outstanding, especially in gunmetal. Such a technical-looking wheel, against the patina is exactly the look I'm going for, especially with all the suspension updates, the high-tech cluster it'll be getting, and eventually, Ellis hanging out under the hood.

    That's assuming it doesn't require a spacer that is so large it scares me, because they might.

    The nice thing is the replicas are so cheap, it would not be financially burdensome to purchase one and see how it looks/fits.
    Gone but not forgotten: 1986 Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z

    "You shall ride eternal. Shiny and chrome."

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    • I like those wheels but i couldnt *not* have lip on an old car. Id look for a multispoke with the right offset such that it'll have dish and not require a spacer.
      -Joel
      1995 Z28 M6 - AI226/234 - autocross ricer
      1984 Scottsdale K10 - 305/4bbl/4spd


      WTB List:Midwest Chasis DS Loop

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