Modular Wheels Announces 2006 Line of Three-Piece Forged-Style Wheels for Ferrari, Porsche, Lamborghini, Mercedes and BMW Vehicles

Modular Wheels Announces 2006 Line of Three-Piece Forged-Style Wheels for Ferrari, Porsche, Lamborghini, Mercedes and BMW Vehicles

Modular Wheels, a manufacturer of custom automotive wheels and rims, recently announced its new 2006 line of three-piece forged-style wheels for Ferrari, Porsche, Lamborghini, Mercedes and BMW vehicles. The new line cuts customer's costs for high-end vehicle wheels up to 75 percent without sacrificing quality, performance or style.

Modular Wheels, a manufacturer of custom automotive wheels and rims, recently announced its new 2006 line of three-piece forged-style wheels for Ferrari, Porsche, Lamborghini, Mercedes and BMW vehicles. The new line cuts customer’s costs for high-end vehicle wheels up to 75 percent without sacrificing quality, performance or style.

“Typical costs for this quality of custom wheels would run customers from $1,000 to $1,500 each from other manufacturers or wheel distributors,” said Andrew DeVarona, vice president of Modular Wheels. “Our new Modular line of wheels range from $350-$550 each with custom finishes giving high-end vehicle owners the same quality, style and engineering at a fraction of the cost.”

Modular Wheels’ 2006 line of three-piece forged-style wheels are custom manufactured to the customer’s exact specifications. The line has more than 10 models to choose from with most models featuring custom finishes. The wheels are offered in all sizes and colors to ensure the customer’s satisfaction. Additionally, the company’s extensive inventory assures that their customers can avoid the lengthy lead times experienced from other manufacturers and distributors. The company’s commitment to engineering excellence, innovation and quality gives its customers the quality product that high-end vehicle owners demand. The new line of wheels is offered online at the company’s website at www.modularwheels.com.

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