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      09-03-2013, 11:45 AM   #45
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Hubcaps were mostly gone by the early 90's. But 15 inch wheels were still considered a luxury.

The other thing that ruined black wheels for me was all the riceboys in the late 90's who put black Rotas on their Teg's and Civics.....even when their kit and paint job weren't finished yet (and never got finished).

Oh and all the dipshits who roll around in retired police cars, with black steelies, trying to pace people on the highway and scare them.

Hahah ok I totally understand your side now
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Frozen....you had the car wrapped?
No I Plasti dipped it.
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Looks a lot more aggressive than silver
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The contrast looks good
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