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The paperwork is done on the Camry, but it's still at the lot so the mechanic can work on the A/C, change the oil, and give it a good check up before I take off with it. Here are some links to the pics of it sitting pretty on the lot.

http://memimage.cardomain.com/member_images/3/web/651000-651999/651446_1_full.jpg

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95 Toyota Camry LE, red/burgandy, American Racing rims 15", tinted rear window, cd changer, gold package, sunroof.

Future mods:
Enkei RSF5 16" rims
Kunho Ecsta ASX rubber
Clear corner/turn signal lenses with amber bulbs
Update the stereo with JVC MP3 head unit and Total brand speakers on top of dynamated sheetmetal
 

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Well, I live in Missouri where the roads are pure shyte, so the extra sidewall thinkness will soak some potholes up and not bend the rim. Then, 16's will be lighter than 17's or bigger and less rotational mass, making it easier on my car's engine and brakes. 16's are also cheaper and the same goes with the 16" tires, cheaper, also, 16" tires are more common and easier to get ahold (not having to order them from tire shops, they have common sizes on hand and in stock). It's all about performence and price. I want good rims and I figure I could get a nice set of Enkei RSF5's with a good tire for under 800 bucks.
 
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