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  • #31
    I went through a very narrow drive through bank lane last week and scuffed up my passenger side rims on the cement divider....it doesn't look terrible, but bothers me.

    I have to figure out the best way to get it repaired, as it's noticeable on my black rims.

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    • #32
      Sounds line you are taking alot better care of your car. We pretty much drive ours every single day. Well that's ok the car isn't a good investment might as well drive em.

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        Got my car painted



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        • #34
          Looks great.

          As for taking care of it....I'd love to drive mine every day all year, but NW Ohio winters would make it old before it's time with all the salt, potholes, snow, and ice.

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          • #35
            The scuffs on my rims are basically the only blemish on my Challenger....the first blemishes on a new ride suck.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by SouthStndJunkie View Post
              Looks great.

              As for taking care of it....I'd love to drive mine every day all year, but NW Ohio winters would make it old before it's time with all the salt, potholes, snow, and ice.
              Yeah one thing Texas is good for, no snow. Your car is awesome. My Shaker is a 2015 and has 100,000 miles on it. Still shifts real tight.

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