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So is it to be black or silver.

Ian J.

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Just to introduce myself.
Literally just joined the group.
I've just bought a 2015 RCZ which I'm picking up Saturday.
Its in silver with 19 inch alloys , the front 2 have a couple of scuffs so going to get all 4 refurbished
Question is do I go for standard silver or change them to gloss black ?
 

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I'd stick with standard silver... but it is a matter of taste... Congrats n your purchase! Drive safe and enjoy
 

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A nice bright silver finish always looks good. Black really does depend on the car and wheel.
 

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Hi there and welcome to the forum.
As for the wheels I have a silver RCZ and it's wheels had been refurbished and in gun metal grey.. What do you think 🤔 DSC_7784.JPGDSC_7798.JPGDSC_7397.JPGdrive safe and stay lucky 🍀
Les n Co
 

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Hi there and welcome to the forum.
As for the wheels I have a silver RCZ and it's wheels had been refurbished and in gun metal grey.. What do you think 🤔 View attachment 9750View attachment 9758View attachment 9759drive safe and stay lucky 🍀
Les n Co
They look pretty cool .I've just bought my 3rd RCZ which I'm collecting Saturday. Sold the last one 4 years ago but what I do remember was that it was a nightmare keeping the bright alloys clean and they look a bit naff when they are covered in brake dust , probably a bit of OCD on my part .
 

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I would go for black personally as I think it looks more sporty Blondie on the forum has a white car with the same wheels that have been powder coated gloss black that look great.FACEBD4A-6130-4C1B-967E-ECEB51C08994.jpeg
 

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Looking good there having mine done again what was the price for the lot...
Drive safe and stay lucky 🍀
Les n Co
 

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£360 for the 4 powder coated and painted .
Think they look good with the grey paint but a matter of taste I guess
 

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Yeah I agree I like the black
I got the silver and they have gone all pitted all of a sudden
guy at garage says it through taking car to jet wash
 

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can I ask I got the Rcz but that Range Rover looks nice
what’s its like and How costly is it or is it ok
 

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So I only got the RRE literally a couple of days before lockdown, so I have actually washed it more times than I have driven it. So far it seems to be doing @ the same as the Z to the gallon only your sitting much higher 😁
 
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