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Thread: Purebred Ferrari 458 italia on Vintage HRE 505

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    Default Purebred Ferrari 458 italia on Vintage HRE 505

    Check out our latest collaboration with the Lowly Gentlemen of StanceWorks. They just dropped this great story on a Ferrari 458 that is rolling on some satin bronze vintage series 505's. We absolutely love the Ferrari P4/5 by Pininfarina inspired look!

    For the full story, Purebred | StanceWorks


    Ferrari 458 italia Red HRE 505 Satin Bronze by HRE Wheels, on Flickr


    Ferrari 458 italia Red HRE 505 Satin Bronze by HRE Wheels, on Flickr


    Ferrari 458 italia Red HRE 505 Satin Bronze by HRE Wheels, on Flickr


    Ferrari 458 italia Red HRE 505 Satin Bronze by HRE Wheels, on Flickr


    Ferrari 458 italia Red HRE 505 Satin Bronze by HRE Wheels, on Flickr
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    Friggen Awesome

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    The 458 is growing on me slowly... These wheels are helping that growth
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    Quote Originally Posted by Louism View Post
    The 458 is growing on me slowly... These wheels are helping that growth
    Have you seen it in real life? You really have to.

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    I love the video so much!
    As for the 458, I'm not diffing the ride height too much (too high), nor the dark HREs.
    I love the style of the wheels but I wish they were a tad more aggressive (lip-wise) and a lighter color.
    But I guess that was all intentional in the overall theme of the car.
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    It's a beautiful car...especially in person. We struggled for a while to find a location but when the sun started setting we happened upon this perfect little side road up in the mountains. The car looked great perched in the middle of the road.

    Quote Originally Posted by Zayan View Post
    As for the 458, I'm not diffing the ride height too much (too high)
    Silly Ferrari, those front coilovers are spun all the way down and still no low. What were those engineers thinking ?!

    The lip depth is hampered by the MASSIVE brakes. With those gnarly ceramics under there it's hard to get much lip. For me the little lip look fits the classic styling. If I win the lottery and get a ferrari it'd get a little more poke, stretch, and camber


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    great work with the wheels, the car, and the shoot. i really like the way this combo went together.
    with that said, i too wish it were lower, but thats because we are all overly critical and demand only the best fitment. haha

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    Theres 2 458's at Ferrari of atlanta.....i need to take a picture, its white with CF everything.
    actually there may be a pic on their site ha.

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