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Old 04-13-2017, 09:35 PM
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What, are you kidding me? I love the wheels AND the tires. It sure beats tires that sit on the pavement. Those are the same size tires my Mustang GT wore. They were great.

On one of my trips to Chicago, I saw a classic Chevy on the expressway. It was typical for the south side; low stance, tires on the ground, pom-poms around the back-lite... All of a sudden he came up on a pothole. BAM-BAM!

The car hobbled to the shoulder with two bent rims and trashed tires. One spare wouldn't do much good and it had to cost him a bundle to replace. It made me more appreciative of the Ford Escape I was driving w/factory shoes that easily negotiate road holes.

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I Like It !
Me too!!! I want to keep mine stock looking, but
if I ever did add some nice wheels, I think those
would be it.

Nice and retro and not gaudy, which
I think kills the look of old cars.
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Nice look and another big plus is that they won't be hard to clean with the dust from the disc brakes. ;-)
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