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Date:         Mon, 3 Apr 2000 20:26:33 -0500
Reply-To:     Lee Roesner <paradigm@MC.NET>
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From:         Lee Roesner <paradigm@MC.NET>
Organization: Paradigm Graphic Design
Subject:      Re: Powder coating allows
Comments: To: Brent Christensen <>
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If you desire a unique, custom look, I think the matching white allows would look tough. I'm all for customizing your Van and make it one of a kind. If you send me a nice picture showing the wheels (just off to the side a little would be good), perhaps I can photo retouch it to simulate the white look if you thinking of. At least I'll give it a try. It always helps me decide these things...


-- Lee Roesner PARADIGM Graphic Design & Web Development Northbrook Office 847-509-8704 Fax: 847-480-5701 Home Office: 815-385-2969 Fax: 815-385-2994 PORTFOLIO:

Well, I have abandoned the notion of switching to 15" wheels on the Syncro until I get an engine with more "oomph". As part of my therapy for dealing with the loss of this dream, I am now entertaining thoughts of simply powder coating my lovely "Carat" alloys to match the Syncro's Alpine White body. (For the ultimate in "Euro-boy-racer" looks)

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