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      I wouldn't say all vehicles will increase in value. You could for example buy a brand new car today for twenty thousand, as soon as you drive it out of the showroom it's probably already dropped to abouth fifteen. Even if you then kept it in a garage and never used it for twenty years you're not going to get the twenty you originally paid for it back.

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      The original style fits better on classic cars. It creates more value to the car.

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      I think if your lucky enough to be able to find the original wheels and if they're in decent condition then that's definitely the way to go, sadly it's not always the case and sometimes you have to go with aftermarket wheels instead.

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      There are very few rims that I actually like the look of, so for me I would have to say that I would try and get rims that are close to what the vehicle originally had on it. I don't think these classic cars look right with these big flashy rims on them that I've seen people put on. In my opinion, it ruins the look of the car.

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