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Old 10-10-2007, 08:28 PM   #11
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I like the ghetto golds better than the montana'* rims
Montana rims are a no-no since my current tires wont fit on the Montana rims. Chances are I will come home with 4 silver 5 spokes tomorrow if they are in good shape and a reasonable price.
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will the golds be going on the 92 then?
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hell no, i dislike the look the the ghetto golds. (on green) They will probably sit in my basement for awhile until I find something cool to do with them or maybe I will sell them.
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I'm not sure why there'* so much ghetto gold bashing. I guess it'* because they're an aged style, but oh well. I've had a post in the For Sale section to sell my golds, and it hasn't turned out too well. Since there'* no luck selling so far, I'll soon make an attempt to paint them. If you don't end up getting those rims from the yard, look into painting (if you're capable) your golds to match your body color. I think that looks awesome.
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I'm not sure why there'* so much ghetto gold bashing. I guess it'* because they're an aged style, but oh well. I've had a post in the For Sale section to sell my golds, and it hasn't turned out too well. Since there'* no luck selling so far, I'll soon make an attempt to paint them. If you don't end up getting those rims from the yard, look into painting (if you're capable) your golds to match your body color. I think that looks awesome.
Actually I've wanted to buy yours but I don't have enough $$ :(

Maybe in 4 weeks
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Just give me a PM with a lowball offer.
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Ok, yesterday the weirdest thing happened EVER. We go to the yard, the car isn't in front. So I go in and ask about it and its in back, ok. I ask about the rims the the owners says, "oh this man right here just bought them." When that happened I was kind of pissed because I missed out on them. We start talking to the guy, he was the owner of the car and he says he only wants the tires. :o So we offer him $75 for the rims and he take it. They are all in pretty good shape except the lip is bent on one because his wife drove it into a ditch but it still hold air. So I am calling him later today or tomorrow and I will be going to pick them up since he took them to get the tires taken off. So if we would of gotten there about 5 minutes later the rims would of been gone.

And once the owner of the JY found out we were buying the rims off him, he says to the guy, your only supposed to be getting the tires not the rims. But everything was already loaded into his van so it was tough poop for them.
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the ghetto golds are way nicer than that you are going to put on, IMO
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