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Hello,

Please excuse my bad school english.

I had a BMW Z3 Coupé 3.0 during 7 years


I've bought my SLK 55 AMG a few months ago.


Since I've made some modifications on it :
* 19" wheels : 8,5 ET30 with 225/35 in the front, 9,5 ET 30 with 255/30 in the rear,
* PIECHA power converter,
* bilstein B16 shock absorber,
* exhaust system with valve by HMS-Tuning (Germany) http://youtu.be/1hImeDpr9RY :tu:

Now, my SLK looks like that :


I'm looking for other 19" wheels, but they are difficult to find for the SLK 55 AMG because of the big brakes in the front.
I will surch some ideas on this forum ;)

 

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Welcome from Michigan....
 

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Tres jolie ton char! Connais tu un Canadien en Strasbourg, qui est un Boulanger? Je connais Strasbourg un petit peu - pendant les Marchees de Noel!
 

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Your english is better than my french! This is about enjoying the SLK not grammar! Bienvenue!
It is a boulangerie which you speak in Strasbourg? Do you know the name?

Alsace is a beautiful French region, with charming villages, with roads full of bends, with a varied landscape and with friendly people!

 

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Welcome from southern California.
 

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No, unfortunately I do not know the name of the boulangerie...he bought it from his uncle in 1995 I recall. He'll be the one with the poor french! (Canadien, eh?)
 
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