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  1. #1
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    Cool Black Dodge Challenger Hellcat x Vossen Forged VPS-306

    Dodge Challenger Hellcat
    Vossen Forged: Precision Series VPS-306
    Finishing Details: Satin Bronze


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    Wheels are 22x9.5 and 22x11


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    Car looks nice lowered but I think maybe in a black color or gray/machine color will bring it out.
    2012 300 SRT8 exhaust, intake, tuned, 180 thermostat, oil catch can
    2011 M37s 22's, BC coil overs, exhaust, intake, other small stuff
    2006 Land Rover (Wife's Ride) 22's
    2012 Camaro LS (wife's Ride) 22's, exhaust, intake, stereo upgrade
    2012 Hyundai Veloster (Daughter's Ride)
    2004 Impala SS Supercharged (Sold)
    2004 Escalade (Wrecked) 22's DVD's
    1999 Dodge Durango (Sold)
    1996 Accord heavy Modded (Traded)
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    I like the gold with the black. Nice mix. But one thing when people put rims on a muscle car, with thinner than stock spokes, its takes away from the muscle aspect a bit
    these are very similar to the "slingshots" that came stock but these are thinner and flatter, loosing a bit of the strenght look.
    Muscle cars should have a rim that looks the muscle part.
    Those are more of a "sports" car rim, like a BMW or Audi type
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darnice View Post
    I like the gold with the black. Nice mix. But one thing when people put rims on a muscle car, with thinner than stock spokes, its takes away from the muscle aspect a bit
    these are very similar to the "slingshots" that came stock but these are thinner and flatter, loosing a bit of the strenght look.
    Muscle cars should have a rim that looks the muscle part.
    Those are more of a "sports" car rim, like a BMW or Audi type
    Yeah the 22's offer a more exotic look compared to beefy 20s!

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    whats he lowered with?

    she can get and up go too



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