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Should I install gunmetal ADR Spades on the Cobalt?

  • Since you have wheels, use them.

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  • Sell them and find something different (give me suggestions).

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I have a set of 17" ADR Spades in gunmetal. They have a polished lip. I was planning on putting them on my 99 Saturn coupe, but now that I have the Cobalt, I'm thinking I'll put them on this. I can't decide if I'm going to use Sportlines or Pro-kit to lower the car, but either way, I'll do that this summer and if I somehow have the money, I'll get tires for these wheels maybe.

Having a baby due at the end of June puts a stop to my car modification this summer along with my wife's work slowing down quite a bit. My job is picking up for the summer so money for dropping the car is here, just nothing else at the moment. I have plenty of time to finish modifying my car to my specs so I'll take my time, but I want one major appearance thing done so dropping it will happen.

Anyway, back on topic in my own thread...

As stated, gunmetal. Would they look OK on an Ultra Silver sedan?

EDIT: Must be tired...completely forgot the picture...sorry. LOL.

 

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I think the gunmetal looks great against the silver.
 

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Anything is better than stock steelies lol
 

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Something about 1-piece cast wheels with fake rivets is super gay. IMO, clean and uncluttered is the way to go.
 
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