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theretiredpimp
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theretiredpimp Apr 11, 9:46pm - #151679 

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Help me out with these rims

I have a black Celica and I'm trying to go with an all black exterior. It's pretty much stock now. I wanna tint the windows (limo) and get black rims. Would that look good or is it too much black going on? This is what I'm looking at. BTW, it's hyperblack. I can't really tell how it'd look from the pix but how different is hyperblack as compared to black?

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MptGlw69
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MptGlw69 Apr 11, 10:05pm - #151680 
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Hyperblack is a little bit darker than gun-metal.
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SatinSilverGTS
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SatinSilverGTS Apr 11, 10:08pm - #151681 

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Yeah mine is silver and I have 15% tint and can nt decide between silver or gunmetal??? anyone with a silver celi got dark tint with Gunmetal and pics?

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celicaTRDgts
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celicaTRDgts Apr 11, 11:30pm - #151682 

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hyper black is like a shinny black...stick with gunmental

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Sultan
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Sultan Apr 12, 5:08am - #151683 

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I'd definitely go gm or hyperblack before black considering your exterior. All black rims without a lip just blend in with the tires too much imo
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