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Old 10-29-2009, 09:53 PM   #1
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on my zinc yellow gt i have the anthracite buillits and i have been looking at the fr500 and i would like to know what poeple think about those i havent seen those ran often
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Old 10-29-2009, 10:00 PM   #2
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i personally love them and would get them for my car
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I prefer the bullitt wheels. They're both a dime a dozen though.
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I prefer the bullitt wheels. They're both a dime a dozen though.
Bullitts are a dime a dozen, I wouldn't lump them in the same category, but maybe there aren't as many around you. Every car around here has them or the 03/04 cobra wheels.
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Bullitts are a dime a dozen, I wouldn't lump them in the same category, but maybe there aren't as many around you. Every car around here has them or the 03/04 cobra wheels.
That must be the case then. Here in the Detroit area there are tons of Mustangs running around. While bullitts seem most common, there are a lot running the 500's as well.
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Old 10-30-2009, 12:48 AM   #6
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FR500's dont exist around where i live. Its all bullitts or 03 cobras. Im going a step further and getting 10th anniversary deep dish cobra wheels.
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500's in Black Chrome, i wanna try it at least
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