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Clear polycarbonate wheels for your ride

Haha,who's gonna be the first sucka ? Only $2000 each !

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Thanks but I have enough trouble just getting steel and alloy to balance.
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I remember wearing 'bell bottom' jeans that had a 24" hem - back in '69-'70. Not long after, the fashion reverted to an earlier fad - 'stovepipes'.
Seems to me these wheels are at the equally silly extreme for glitzy deep rimmed flashy rims.
Wait for the new fashion fad - micro thin skinny tyres
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An absolute must have for the invisible man.
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And Claude will be pissed when some bozo that details the car hits that with an abrasive. And salt will be really great on it. You can keep the FRONT clean but must remove the wheels to clean the back.

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