That's diffrent car actually Cartier color vary based on light condition I post first photo on detailing shop & second one near our farm if you refer to it you will see fog light in both pictures and other car you mentioned totaly deffrent in term of trim level, ,wheels and colorMubaraka, looks like no fog lamps in the first picture, but has fog lamps in the second pic above. So???
My last one was a 96 with the same color and boxier profile. To me, the 1990-1997 2nd gen models were the absolute best looking of them all and if you were fortunate to have one that was navy blue or black with swanky wire wheel covers and whitewalls, you looked gangster!
Those whitewall tires look really good on your carOne of these photos commemorates me changing the headlight bulb. Another shows my new whitewalls installed and the 3 other ones were a few days after I had purchased the car. It's a white, 2004 signature. Regular wheelbase. 18 years old, 213k miles, seldom has any problems and runs well for its age!
Thanks. Yes, when it was time for new tires, I thought about finally having whitewalls on my car as I wanted a car with whitewalls for years. The long body style with the luxury wheels and hubcaps made me envision that they'd look swanky on the vehicle. So, I researched them but sadly, in the stock wheel size I have, theres only 1 type for sale (radials for safety) online that isnt bespoke: the travel star Un106 9mm whitewall.Those whitewall tires look really good on your car