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New custom wheels Let me know what you think?

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Looks good but like Logray said it would be nice to see a close up...Is that a "Glacier white" 996? I freakin love that color on a Porsche. I used to have a 99 996 that was Glacier white the a GT3 body kit. My first Porsche I loved that car.......

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I will up load a picture of the wheels off the car. I had them custom painted the lip was chrome prior . The wheels are listed on eBay . $795 rims + $900 tires +500 painting of lips + 200 mount/balance =2395 . You can't buy these wheels anywhere as I borrowed the idea from wicked Porsche website . They were on a 997 and looked amazing . Now the supercharger is going in so it won't fit into the category "all show no go." lol.

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So you are still willing to talk to those of us who have not upgraded to a Turbo?

Was the glacier white the one that you tried to swap the engine on?

LOL! I got nothin but love for alll my Porsche brothers!

No the white one was the one I crashed and destroyed. I still kick myself for that. I'm lucky I survived the crash.. Can't say the same for the car. I got more comliments on that car than I do the Turbo... It was a beauty.. I wish I still had it..

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Thanks guys for the opinons, as promised here is a better picture of the wheels. Also I have extra tpc supercharger kit for the 996/997 model. Its used but in really good shape the kit is complete nothing missing. Shoot me an offer or if you know someone let them know about it.

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