Why is it ruined?!? God damn you people are all like my dad its scary. Hes a real bmw enthusiast aswell but geez im trying to get away from the WHOLE bmw this and bmw that scene and add some looks to this car. I never knew i wouldn;t be accept for my rides shoes, geez ghead
It is your car - put what the fuck you like on it - if you ask people for opinions you wont always hear what you want to hear - know what I mean?
If you DO want my opinion though - and I'm more of a traditionalist - then I would have to say that I dont like either set of rims - the first set are just fugly and hurt my eyes trying to work out what bit is what (seriously) and the second set although they are better wont look right on a '94 318is - if you dont believe us then POLITELY ask someone to photoshop them onto a picture of your car
i wouldn't really call those rims ricer. they're more like wannabe thug gangsta 2k4 type deals. please don't put those on a bmw, keep them to the caddys, suvs, etc... personally, i think the rims that are already on your car are plenty better than either of the two you've posted here. if you want a unique look, that isn't screaming gangsta from 2 miles away, then get some nice tuner rims. with the money you'd probably spend on that chrome, you could get some nice acs, motegi, or even hamann tuner rims that generally look good on a bmw.
whiteboy, dont take it the wrong way...when u ask people here some of them come off kind of strong due to their "traditional" passions...basically, do what makes you happy...honestly, those are nice rims, but i guess they kind of belong on a SUV or flagship luxury car...but then again, you never know, it might look awsome on your car...so what im gettin at is in my opinion i wouldnt put em on...but if u want some good rims at good prices go to www.wheelsourceusa.com
check out there 18X8 stuff, good rims for good prices
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