When my dad had bought this car, he had
got it custoed ordered. Instead of a 2-
tone body he got a one tone. The color
was burgandy. We got it fully loaded
with all the options. Later on in 97'
when the new ES came out we decided to
give the car a face lift. So we went
ahead and changed the old OEM wheels to
the 1997 LEXUS ES300 wheels. MY dad has
given the car to me and i love it. The
paint looks new and the car drives
smoothly. I say I have one rare car.
Plus I have black interior :). And a
131,000 miles is nothin for this car.
I believe the OEM wheels that came out
with the 93-96 could have been better.
I think the 1997-99 wheel design gave
the ES300 a newer look when i put them
on my 1993. I recommend lexus es300
owners to try it if they have some
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