I'm looking at getting a c2r bodykit and ROH wheels for my Forte AU series 3.
So far the cheapest I've been able to find is $3300 for the full bodykit painted and fitted from Advanced Auto finesse in Gepps Cross (South aus) and wanted to know if anyone else knows if this price is fairly decent or can I get cheaper from somewhere?
I've also had a quote for a set of 4 ROH "RT" 16" wheels at around $1180 without tyres.. Is this price ok also?
If the prices are to high I would appreciate if you could let me know of the places that do cheaper and have a good reputation...
There's no doubt about 18's looking the part if you can keep up the supply of rubber. One thing to watch though is the condition of some of our roads. Beware of potholes, they make round wheels square.
'03 BA XR8 Manual, Edit, Hi Flow Cats, HPX twin system, King Springs, Battens C.A.I.
Thanks for ur opinions guys gals and everyone else
after reading ur comments and making a crap load of phone calls I'm not going with the body kit as I cannot crunch the numbers to make everything fit into my budget, So I'm thinking of Adding a rear wing (for the moment) the new tail lights that have come out (cant think of the name) 18" mags (thanks to ur imput :) ) lowering it slightly,my baby should come up a treat well I'm hoping anyways lol
My next question is.... out of these mags which do u rekon would suit a White AU Forte series 3 the best?
I was thinking of going with shadow chrome, this should look nice on my baby with tinted windows :)
nope cant find the piccy.. I c ur point tho.. guess its back to my original plan of keeping the look standard apart from window tint and mags.. I'm like a lil kid in a lollie shop wen it comes to buying stuff like this.. I want everything even tho I cannot afford it.. if worse comes to worse I'll get the cardboard and sticky tape out and I'll make my own damn kit up lol
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