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Old 03-27-2004, 05:35 PM   #1
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Can someone photo shop these rims onto my car? I am trying to decided between 17x7 or 18x7.5. The 17"* are only $95 each and the 18"* are $115 each. Not too expensive, but they are on special and I really want rims. I wish they were chrome, but you don't always get what you want. :( But these will do the trick for upgrading. And they are in a local (Minneapolis) wharehouse to save on shipping.


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Do you have a pic of your car that matches the angle of the rim picture?
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Finally!! Here'* a pic I took this afternoon. Nothing special. Just from the correct angle for PS'ing the rims. Also got a pic of the custom grille with clear center parking bulbs and front license plate removed. Also got pics of the rear brake drums painted. Can see those pics in Your Ride.

Here are two pics. Choose which ever works best.



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Anyone? I'm am getting antsy.
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I tried last night and failed miserable...did you ask Jason or Peter?

They are good at PS...

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Best I can do:

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Thanks Sol, and don't worry Jim -at least you tried -I would've but I don't have any photo-shop type programs and even if I did I wouldn't be able to do very well.

Now for old-times sake here'* a pic of my 1994 trying to similate the look of when I had 18" Lexani Synergy'* (can you say heavy) on my 1992 SE.

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Those look pretty good :o
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I tried, it'* ok. Did the rear turn light idear for ya too bro

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I tried, it'* ok. Did the rear turn light idear for ya too bro

That looks MAD!!! Thanks bro. Not to shame Sol'* ps (his was pretty good too), but the rims showed up a little better and the tail-light idea really looks killer. I am hoping to get my rear window and lights (interior and tails) tinted (silver/chrome) two Saturday'* from now. If anyone went to the 42nd Annual World Of Wheels this weekend at the Minneapolis Convention Center if you saw the baby blue Cavalier Convertable with hydro'*, the white Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited with the dark tint and another vehicle or two by Shaded Images, that'* who I am having do the tint. Guy'* name is Kevin Knapp and does top notch tinting for a song.
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