Update: Spray can ceramic coating I used on my exhaust manifold worked but also failed. Well Travis, that doesn't make sense, what do you mean by that? Well, I will show you: As you can see, the primer worked very well. Good adhesion, still on there, no rusty grossness. However, the black that I put on top of the primer (as per instructions exactly) lifted off and now it looks ugly. What will I do? I don't know. Might just sand it, try again with black on top while it is in the car. Or might leave it. Yet to be decided. Next order of business, I need an alignment, like, pretty bad. Front tires wear like this (this one is the worst, and I have rotated them, so all 4 tires now look like this) : So, I am taking them to a friend who works at a tire shop tomorrow and I will swap them around so that I can now wear down what used to be the outside of the tire. Should allow me to get another summer out of them and hopefully can get an alignment soon. Since I am back in Slave Lake for the time being I don't trust anyone here with the alignment and will have to get it done in Edmonton at some point.. and if I am going to run these Advans I will be ordering some 245/40/17s, then raising the car a bit, maybe 3/4", and then will be trimming the rear fender flares and whatever else I need to do in order to run 245s, so I would like to get the alignment after all that biz. Since I took them off the remove the balancing, then to rubber spinny cleaner the old gunk off the insides, I took the opportunity to put on the Advans. Here is a bad picture, on the car, that doesn't do them justice. I went out all keen with my camera and tripod, and tried to snap some pictures that I thought looked very good on my camera screen, only to find they were garbage when I got home. So, right now I am downloading Lighting Room and tomorrow I will see if I can fix them up a bit and post some here either way. I will also grab some daytime pictures. Right now, I like them. But do I like them more than the bronze wheels? I don't know. I will live with them for a bit and decide what to do.