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Can anyone post a picture(s) of the new 2006 CTS 17" wheels [option Y42 17" Wheel Sport Package] ???

My local dealer does not have stock or even pics, and the Cadillac CTS website has not yet updated brochure pics from 2005 to 2006 model.

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skepticman, thanks. Most helpful.

On my next visit to local dealer, I'll likely order a 2006 CTS 3.6L Raven Black/Cashmere Leather w/ 17" Wheel Sport Package.
 

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928S said:
skepticman, thanks. Most helpful.

On my next visit to local dealer, I'll likely order a 2006 CTS 3.6L Raven Black/Cashmere Leather w/ 17" Wheel Sport Package.
For a few bucks more you can get the OEM 18" wheels.:yup: The perfect size for the CTS IMO.
 

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I think I like the 9spokes more :lildevil:

I manual adjusted the size from the pictures above, so it's not a perfect representation of size or color (because of the lighting conditions)

Also, sorry to hijack the thread into 18's :worship:

 

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928S said:
Can anyone post a picture(s) of the new 2006 CTS 17" wheels [option Y42 17" Wheel Sport Package] ???

My local dealer does not have stock or even pics, and the Cadillac CTS website has not yet updated brochure pics from 2005 to 2006 model.

Thanks.
Curious, The 928..is that relate to the Porsche 928?
 

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Curious, The 928..is that relate to the Porsche 928?
Yeah. I was the original owner of a 5-spd 1986 Porsche 928S that I reluctantly sold just recently. Too much time, trouble, and expense to properly maintain now, but lots of great memories.
 

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Yeah. I was the original owner of a 5-spd 1986 Porsche 928S that I reluctantly sold just recently. Too much time, trouble, and expense to properly maintain now, but lots of great memories.
928,
I suspected you might own one. It's a fine looking Porsche.:thumbsup:
 
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