Can someone clue me in on what the difference was between the price of the OEM polished wheels vs. the chrome wheels as a dealer upgrade? As always, thanks men and ladies.
That's interesting that the polished rims were more expensive, although on the other hand, it would make sense that the more expensive wheels would go on a GXP. Logic, however, rarely prevails in the world of car sales. Thanks for your reply and advice.My insurance had to replace on of my polished wheels back in 08.
At that time as a one wheel sale the polished was more than the chrome.
Over the years I have collected a set of each, painted, polished and chrome. Keep your eyes open on here. someone is always selling wheels.
Don"t blow the sale over a set of rims.
I didn't drive it. My DD is a '01 Celica. But, the '09 Sol did get totally covered by the 5'3" blizzard Wednesday-Saturday. So, the snow did touch the wheels, even though the car didn't move an inch. And, of course the mental wizards who run my apartment complex are sure to get plenty of salt on the wheels with the salt spreaders. It definitely would be in my garage, if I had one. I could only find one garage to rent, and I used it for my '66 GTO.Just wondering who drives these cars in bad weather ie: snow
I'll definitely check that out. :thumbs: I have had three covers so far, and none of them come close to working. They are all too big, although all the ads swear they will fit our cars. Thanks.Been there done that I do know that they have some really good car covers out there. I have a California Car Cover on mine they are a custom fit ie: the mirrors and a hole for the antenna really well made and will cover your wheels I have been dealing with these folks for years and they have a good product.Hope this helps