everyone has anthracite wheels now, incl. me, so go for Gold!! Looks wicked on a red car
well on that premise go pink...! No one will have that colour!
at the end of the day it comes down to taste but also be aware as I am finding out that if you do the wheels and are like me a bit OCD about how the car looks then you may find yourself spraying other bits of trim to create a theme...gold may create a bit of a problem in this respect depending on the shade you go..
if you look at my wheels in isolation they look gorgeous and have lifted the car and given it a classier look ,however now the brushed Ali look grille ,door mirrors and handles look ''off'' and the calipers now really need a paint and i have also ordered new wheel bolts!
so what was meant to be a simple wheel refurb has now become a complete brightwork re-spray job a caliper painting job and new wheel bolts!
it's all good though as I enjoy this stuff and am looking forward to doing it, I just got a set of handles from a breakers yard for £50 which is a bargain, will respray those anthracite and fit them to the car with new hinges.
then when I do the brake calipers I will mask up round the door mirrors and front grill and do it all in one day and the car will look better for it. have just also ordered 100w error free white Led lights for the main,dipped and sidelights,so 4 H7's and 2 H6w's
just be careful is all i am saying or the job may become a bit bigger than you expected!
its the details that make all the difference when upgrading things.