Some of the nicest wheels I have ever seen on the V
The pic of the car moving makes the wheels look a bit different than when it's sitting. I was thinking more around the lines of getting some 940R's. Either way, that car is still nice.
recent pic :)
20x9 front 245/30/20 Nitto Invo
20x10.5 rear 285/25/20 Nitto Invo
I'm still undecided on the sale, but if I keep the car I'm pretty sure I'll sell the wheels as I have something even more aggressive in mind... (hint: super touring)
19" Linea Corse LC855s on it. The link that JD03Cobra sent you to is the thread about LC855s.
20x9 & 20x11 in the rear, 245s up front, 285s rear.
Asanti AF-146, Painted silver and made an inch wider in the rear by the previous owner. I plan on painting the face black to match my car if I can find a shop I trust to take them apart correct.
i personally wouldn't paint the entire center black but go for more of an accent look, like maybe painted windows and fasteners or something, idk. could use a drop too, but i can see it being a challenge seeing that rear sticks out a bit. wheels are very nice raw as they are, i'm guessing that's why i'm reluctant to agree to fully painting that nice finish.
I just want to paint the face, leave the lip and fastners polished. The silver matches the brakes but I am powdercoating my brakes red with black brembo decals here soon. So that will no longer match, I wish I could lower it but its sooo close I am scared to. Ill take a side picture tomorrow, I may just lower the front.
Heres a rear shot, not sure of the offset but the rims poke out about an inch, I may be trading these wheels soon as well I am looking to lower my V and with these im too scared to do so, so I am going to refrain from painting them until I figure out what direction to go with the car.... Its a tough decision lol.... theres too many sexy Vs on here that are low, as well as some stock height.... hmmmm:confused: