Not sure how many of you took advantage of the Shelby sale of new GT-500 rims and tires that were pulled off brand new 2007/2008 GT-500s that were in the Shelby shop becoming Super Snakes. They were stacked up in a corner until they took up too much room and then sold online. I did...and picked up the full set for $1100 while they still had some to grab in 2008. Already mounted, balanced, and included the TPS! Looked killer, other than dealing with the offset sizing and needing an adjustable panhard bar to get the rear tires to fit in the same track. Over the years...it became apparent that all was not well with the rims, and it began to look like there were little worms moving around under the clear coat. As of today, all 4 rims are getting worse and more unsightly. A local rim refinisher wanted $250-300 per rim to "try" and fix them, with no guarantee, and the local Ford dealer's paint shop advised just buying new rims, as there was some manner of metalurgical rejection going on, possibly some form of iron intrusion into the aluminum during the creation process. They also cautioned that any repair might not fix the rims, as the process might begin anew. As you'd imagine...nobody sells those SVT rims any longer, which in MHO, are the best rims that ever landed on a Mustang. So...great looking rims...crappy finish that may not be fixed. Any others experienced this? Can't imagine a slew of 2007/2008 GT 500 owners that paid premium prices for their cars. not complaining about their rims if this occurred with them.