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    Finally got the Americans on

    I am very happy with the look. Mag is to hard to keep polished, so Im sure that teh Fuchs will be on quite a lot too. Nice to have two sets of wheels to change the look of the car.
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    Time Bandit Jens's Avatar
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    Damn nice!

    Really a good look.

    Nufinish car polish has lasted a long time on polished Fuchs for me. On magnesium it might not last as long, but it's way better than nothing at all.

    Good show.

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    Blessed be the lowered RickS's Avatar
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    Gorgeous wheels. Love the period look. And a damn nice car to go with them! Where did you find them?
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    Thumbs up!

    I think the car looks very period correct. Personally, I love it!

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    Very nice looking!
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    yes...very nice and correct. BTW...can you tell me your ride ht. measurements?....they look purrfect!

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    My mother always told me to keep my mouth shut if I didn't have someything nice to say. I never listened to her.....I lie. Nice Wheels!
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    That is a very sweet looking setup! I like it.
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