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Beautiful morning at work.

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Besides needing a bath after a 400 plus mile drive from Northern to Southern Cal and a tear in the plastic front passenger fender from an idiot who parked next to me and does not know how to back out properly out of a parking space, some wear and tear, all is well

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Looks nice, but those rims look like the same rims I had on my 99 Camry (without the hubcaps). Did you put wider tires I am assuming? Do they vent heat well?
 

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Looks nice, but those rims look like the same rims I had on my 99 Camry (without the hubcaps). Did you put wider tires I am assuming? Do they vent heat well?
You wouldn't know the struggles of driving in winter, while living in Sunny California :p

Steel wheelswith Snow tires till the Summer Wheel and Tire set comes in later this month. I know nothing about them other than that they're 17's, and 215 or 225. Thinner tires are actually better in winter :)
 

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You wouldn't know the struggles of driving in winter, while living in Sunny California :p

Steel wheelswith Snow tires till the Summer Wheel and Tire set comes in later this month. I know nothing about them other than that they're 17's, and 215 or 225. Thinner tires are actually better in winter :)
OK, thanks for the info. Yes, we have no idea what winter is here, when it gets below 50 degrees F we get cold, although we have seen some snow this winter on the foothills, but you guys would laugh at it as it was more like someone sprinkled a little baby powder on the hills
 

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One of the pictures got cut off. It's bad luck taking pictures of my Civic because right after I snapped these, a big 'ole seagull came and dropped a bomb on the windshield. That bird would have lost it's life if I could fly.

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