Porsche 992 Deep Concave Custom Forged Wheel Rims.


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Porsche 992 Deep Concave Custom Forged Wheel Rims.


Porsche 992 Deep Concave Custom Forged Wheel Rims in satin Beluga Black are looking perfect on the vehicle. To us, it is one of the most beautiful Nine-Elevens ever made. It looks very masculine and aggressive and a must-have for every garage. Of course, we need to add a bit more individuality. Like always, endless owners in endless same-looking cars will be shortly on the street, just as it happens to the previous models. We mounted a set of 21-Inch LOMA GTC Superlight forged wheels with a center lock system. Finished in Beluga Black and with an intense concave profile on the rear. Some lowering springs for the suspension do the rest of the job. We hope you like it, guys. Contact us today!


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It's natural to question the unknown, especially when there's nothing wrong with the known. Take breakfast: Bacon and eggs work. No, it doesn't matter that the Waffle House dining room looks just like the bathroom. This is delicious. Newness can be intimidating and a little annoying at the morning table, as elsewhere. Sqirl—yep, that's how it's spelled—is a breakfast spot in the achingly hip Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles that has the following items on its menu: Urfa-dusted poblanos, sorrel pesto, whey-fermented lentils, and Lacto-fermented hot sauce. Sure, you might recognize some of those words. Still, only a few millennials with the waxiest handlebar mustaches will understand them all.

It's a similar dilemma with the Porsche 911. Every new 911 is greeted with the same sort of skepticism as Lacto-fermented hot sauce.

It's natural to question the unknown, especially when there's nothing wrong with the known. Take breakfast: Bacon and eggs work. No, it doesn't matter that the Waffle House dining room looks just like the bathroom. This is delicious. Newness can be intimidating and a little annoying at the morning table, as elsewhere. Sqirl—yep, that's how it's spelled—is a breakfast spot in the achingly hip Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles that has the following items on its menu: Urfa-dusted poblanos, sorrel pesto, whey-fermented lentils, and Lacto-fermented hot sauce. Sure, you might recognize some of those words. Still, only a few millennials with the waxiest handlebar mustaches will understand them all.


It's a similar dilemma with the Porsche 911. Every new 911 is greeted with the same sort of skepticism as Lacto-fermented hot sauce. Just as you might wonder what's wrong with hot sauce that fermentation—sorry, Lacto-fermentation—could possibly make better, the 911 is never something fans think needs changing. Leave it alone, Porsche. We're still choking down the whole water-cooling bit.

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