I have never seen them look good painted, unless you paint them a silver like Nic did with his set. Just take the time this winter and polish them I promise, you won't regret it.
Depending on the shape of the wheel (if curb damage, start with 220 grit paper), go 400, 600 - dry, 800, 1000, 1500, 2000 - wet. Then polish them with a quality aluminum polish. I bought mine off a trucker website for $9, it seals and polishes, very good stuff.
Been doing way to much of this to work on the car. My worn out bumper clips piss me off.. my torn ass seats piss me off.. my suspension pisses me off. However! Things are poppin, I've finally met some car gurus that know what they are doing. I've got some things planned. But, I probably won't have any pictures up until the car is sitting proper.
Hope everyone elses show season is going well!
sweet tailwhips... i been SO close to them for a while now but i just cant land em