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This is a discussion on Painting the volks within the Member Show-Off & Photography forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Here ya go, WRB wheels and some dark metallic flava. And my personal favorite, HOT PINK!...

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    Registered User Yodaman's Avatar
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    Here ya go, WRB wheels and some dark metallic flava.





    And my personal favorite, HOT PINK!

    Ben
    2005 Crystal Gray REX W/Premium Package
    TurboXS Stealthback
    XXTuning headers + up-pipe
    Short Shifter
    Momo Airmetal Leather Shift Knob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yodaman
    Here ya go, WRB wheels and some dark metallic flava.





    And my personal favorite, HOT PINK!

    You're just making fun of me now The second one looks pretty sweet, but I'm afraid that after I paint them they'll just look like some rota grids.
    -Eric
    Originally posted by lanevoell
    stand up for yourself, painter!
    Wesome +1

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    Ya personally I think I would leave em as is, they are volks!
    Ben
    2005 Crystal Gray REX W/Premium Package
    TurboXS Stealthback
    XXTuning headers + up-pipe
    Short Shifter
    Momo Airmetal Leather Shift Knob

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    If I were you I'd go the powdercoating route. You can pc bronze, gold, gunmetal, gloss black or any other color you want. Plus it's more durable than paint. I'm pcing my buddy clubs 'cause they got all ****ty from the winter (clearcoat was chipped and they pitted)... and it was about 300-500 bucks cheaper than fixing the rims (of course, paint would prob be even cheaper, but you'd have to worry about chipping and all that too).

    IMO that dark blue is pretty badass... different for sure. I'd do that and then whatever decals or accents you have could be that color too (don't they make a dark blue "I" badge too?).

    I joked about pcing my rims STi pink (i'm sorry... cherry blossom red)

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