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Old 12-23-2012, 10:46 AM
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It's beautiful, It all seems to flow wonderfully!....and I too Love the stock 18" wheels. If it weren't for the Heritage I would still have mine on, but I still have them in the garage!
I was going to buy Cragar SS 18" wheels but I got a GREAT! deal on the 20" Heritage wheels.
And I've always loved the brilliant silver. After Toxic Orange that is.
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Nice car. I like the color too.

My last two cars have been silver. It's a pretty easy color to park outdoors. The silver and flat black is also really sharp.

I like spoiler deletes, but with all the "stuff" on the front of your car I think you need the spoiler on the back. Spoiler-less cars look better "clean" with no stripes.
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I like spoiler deletes, but with all the "stuff" on the front of your car I think you need the spoiler on the back. Spoiler-less cars look better "clean" with no stripes.
Yes, I also dig the spoiler-less cars; they are purer and that's why I like spotting the SXTs out there so much. But you do need balance and with a hood scoop a deck spoiler or wing is probably a must.
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Trust me we're glad the spoiler came along!
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