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    Blacked out CLK63 BS with powdercoated stock wheels

    Usually not a fan of powercoated wheels but I think this works with what the owner is going for:

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    that car looks amazing murdered out!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ShangoAshe Click here to enlarge
    that car looks amazing murdered out!
    Yes it does, very mean.

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    I agree too, its up to the owner what they want to do to their car! I have always been a bit off with the black rim idea, from a distance it looks like steel wheels without the hubcaps, but close up not too bad. But while mine was in storage (silver CLK-BS, not black) I had black plastic trash bags over the tires, and a car cover over it all winter/about 5 months that also covered the rims/tires, then when I took the cover off and glanced at it, I was shocked it looked different, cool, what?.....it was the black plastic bags making it look like it had black rims, ok so I was wrong, they do look badddd LOL. I do like though that rim manufacturers are adding a little silver so there is some resemblance of a rim from a distance, and some are doing it very well, using the black as a background, and the bright work as the picture, the form of the rim, slick progression!

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