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Old 05-06-2013, 04:38 PM   #1
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Does anyone on here have pictures of their Black car that where they blacked out all of the emblems including the horse of the front? If so can you post some pics on here? Do you guys thing it would look good?
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Does anyone on here have pictures of their Black car that where they blacked out all of the emblems including the horse of the front? If so can you post some pics on here? Do you guys thing it would look good?
I have a true blue GT that I plasti dipped the logos and running pony. It makes the car look boring I'm going to take it off on my next day off I think the chrome GT emblems need to stand out
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I have a true blue GT that I plasti dipped the logos and running pony. It makes the car look boring I'm going to take it off on my next day off I think the chrome GT emblems need to stand out
im thinking you are right...it would look boring.

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in your case it looks good with the color of the body...
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im thinking you are right...it would look boring.

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in your case it looks good with the color of the body...
Thanks. But in your case a black car with black emblems would be pretty bland. And it would be hard to see. I missed the black part earlier.
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There's the Pony.

Instead of blacked out, mine whole car in/out/engine is black/chrome/polished ss-I like to keep the whole car the same theme.
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The corral is blacked out, the pony "grayed" out with a quick airbrush stroke of silver over the black...

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The corral is blacked out, the pony "grayed" out with a quick airbrush stroke of silver over the black...
What wheels do you have on there? Rears look like deep dish? Staggered? I really love bullitts
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17 x 9" and 17 x 10.5" from OE Wheels LLC in Sarasota FL--I got them a couple years ago on sale for $399 for the set, drove to Sarasota to pick them up so it was $426.93 with sales tax.
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17 x 9" and 17 x 10.5" from OE Wheels LLC in Sarasota FL--I got them a couple years ago on sale for $399 for the set, drove to Sarasota to pick them up so it was $426.93 with sales tax.
Nice man! I've been looking for wheels that looked like the OEM ones but were wider so I didn't have to buy 4 new wheels. Do you know if they ship? Or is there any way I can find wide OEM wheels anywhere else? I live way up here in Kansas
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Nice man! I've been looking for wheels that looked like the OEM ones but were wider so I didn't have to buy 4 new wheels. Do you know if they ship? Or is there any way I can find wide OEM wheels anywhere else? I live way up here in Kansas
The will ship to anywhere in the US. OE Wheels is a major importer of wheels in the US and has close connections (including part ownership) with their suppliers. It is a huge operation, I had never seen so many wheels in one place in my life.







Great people to deal with too, I had ordered black wheels but when I go to their showroom and saw them decided to get the anthracite colour instead (I am quite glad I did)--not a problem even though the black ones had already been picked from the warehouse and at the loading dock waiting for me.

I got there around 11:30 am and by the time the colour thing was all sorted out it was 12:20 or so; I was paying cash and the cashier was out to lunch--again no problem, the office staff pooled their own money to make up my change and I was on my way!

As far as I know they do not have any branded retailers (they do sell wholesale to many vendors) and just do consumer sales from the warehouse in Sarasota.

BTW, I have no special relationship with them other than being a very happy customer...
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There's the Pony.

Instead of blacked out, mine whole car in/out/engine is black/chrome/polished ss-I like to keep the whole car the same theme.
So you got the polished one huh? I like mine, def suprised me at the track. Nice car

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The corral is blacked out, the pony "grayed" out with a quick airbrush stroke of silver over the black...

Nice car, I def like the way the pony is on the front. I might do the chrome black on them but not sure yet.
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Yeah always liked your ride cliffy.

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The will ship to anywhere in the US. OE Wheels is a major importer of wheels in the US and has close connections (including part ownership) with their suppliers. It is a huge operation, I had never seen so many wheels in one place in my life.

Great people to deal with too, I had ordered black wheels but when I go to their showroom and saw them decided to get the anthracite colour instead (I am quite glad I did)--not a problem even though the black ones had already been picked from the warehouse and at the loading dock waiting for me.

I got there around 11:30 am and by the time the colour thing was all sorted out it was 12:20 or so; I was paying cash and the cashier was out to lunch--again no problem, the office staff pooled their own money to make up my change and I was on my way!

As far as I know they do not have any branded retailers (they do sell wholesale to many vendors) and just do consumer sales from the warehouse in Sarasota.

BTW, I have no special relationship with them other than being a very happy customer...
Cliffy your car is beautiful I like the stripes!
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Here's my 2000 gt all black without pony though.
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