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Wheels question

iceman

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Philadelphia, PA
V-Series Cadillac(s)?
2009 Cadillac CTS-V
Hey everyone, how is it going. Last night I was parking and haven't noticed a border and badly damaged my wheel. I first thought of grabbing a new OE wheel to replace what I've got (I do not want to repair mine as it will be cheaper to buy a new one, because they want to charge me $250 for chrome plating ONLY without the job and repair price). Real rip-off... Now, here is what the wheel looks like and I have the same on my CTS -
CADILLAC CTS 4751 POLISHED OEM WHEEL 2014 2015 2016 | eBay
And, here is the other kit that I like, and I thought maybe I'll get cool wheel set instead and then will just sell what I've got....
123new wheels.JPG
here is a better pic of these wheels on a CTS - Custom Cadillac CTS | Images, Mods, Photos, Upgrades — CARiD.com Gallery
What do you think of this curvy wheels decign on a CTS? I've got used to the straight lines on this vehicle, though maybe that's just the habit... because I like what these look...
 

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