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Has anyone changed there rims to black? If so, I was wondering how much it cost and how it looked on the car. I am planning on getting it done to mine so the car looks more like the movie Mustang.

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Yes, that is exactly what I mean!
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That does look nice doesn't it?

That would look awesome on a Black Bullitt (in my humble opinion :smile:

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I think the grey is still a better look. Contrasts nicely with the green and carries over to the interior. They would look good on a black Bullitt though, I'll agree with you there. Just another opinion for what it's worth.
 

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I remember a while ago that someone at either Stangnet or BON had their Wheels powdercoated black. It looked really good and if I rmember correctly cost about $80 per wheel to have done. If you do a search over there you may be able to find teh thread still.
 

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Any ideas where to get in done in the Southeast MI area?
 

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IMHO, grey looks perfect on the green,

Black would look sweet on black,

and just silver would look great on the true blue.
 

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Looks like the brake calibers are black as well,maybe its my eyes. Looks good but maybe a charcoal grey for the green and black for the black and silver for the blue.I'm not touching mine DHG #00148 I fell in love with it as is.
 
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