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Pic Request: 16" Alpinas on a 2002


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Please post any photos you may have of 16" Alpina wheels on a 2002. I've already seen the ones from the group buy thread. I found some originals for sale (16x7 et28) and I'm on the fence about how they look. Worst case they'd go pretty well on my e30. Thanks.

Michael Rose

'91 Porsche 964
'00 Dodge Durango
'13 Honda Pilot

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Dont know if its these are the Alpina wheels you're looking for. Go down the photos and you'll see Cris' AWESOME 02. Its a 73? Fjord blue with 16" Alpinas. Hope this helps!!

http://www.bmw2002faq.com/component/option,com_forum/Itemid,50/page,viewtopic/t,263713/

David G.
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Thanks, those are great photos and exactly what I was looking for. They look best when looking at the car from the front quarter view. I'm on the fence about these because they're so bold and frankly I think they'd look better in 15" size. On the other hand I can easily get some great looking 15" Minilites and call it a day.

Michael Rose

'91 Porsche 964
'00 Dodge Durango
'13 Honda Pilot

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Heres a thread i created recently. This was pretty much the reason, so people can see other peoples wheel/tyre/suspension choices and decide on the stance they want for their car. On page 1 there are multiple pics of Cris' car with 16" Alpinas. On the second page, a Sahara car from Germany with 16" Alpinas and no centre caps, and the third page has Fernandos car with 16" Alpinas and no caps.

http://www.bmw2002faq.com/component/option,com_forum/Itemid,57/page,viewtopic/t,309282/highlight,stance+thread/

Tom

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Dang, another great link too. Well I've decided I'm not going to do 16" of any type of wheel. It just doesn't fit my style. So far Minilites in 15" diameter are at the top of my list for style and price. There are a few HTN and BBS wheels out there that are amazing but too pricey this time around.

Michael Rose

'91 Porsche 964
'00 Dodge Durango
'13 Honda Pilot

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Yeh, those HTN's on the Sahara car are damn nice! Pricey buggers though but suit the car so well in my opinion.

Charley, i agree... i posted that one up on page 2 of the stance thread. Its bloody nice.

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