which wheels should i get???

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which one do you like better for my 75 Cutlass?





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posted by  mr.grenade

From those, the first one but overall, there are better ones :2cents:

posted by  chris_knows

Neither, they'll both be ugly as hell. Just run factory rallye wheels with center caps and trim rings for the ultimate in cool.

http://www.loti.com/60s_muscle_cars/Olds-Muscle/1975_OLDSMOBILE_W25_HURST_C UTLASS_COUPE_T-TOPS.JPG

posted by  vwhobo

yea well atm i dont exactly make much $..........................

posted by  mr.grenade

Do you make enough money to use proper spelling and punctuation? Grow up, you don't look cool by communicating like a second grader.

posted by  vwhobo

now that looks cool! i dont normally like coloured wheels!:thumbs:

posted by  True_Brit

neither, like hobo said, they are both ugly. if you dont like those wheels, go get some 15x8 corvette rallys. no color, a little different styling, and 100% cool IMO

posted by  glagon1979

Of the two, I'd take the second ones (but then I liked that '80s custom billet look).

posted by  ChrisV

Those Rallye wheels look cool.

posted by  elchango36

see my avatar (theyre nice wheels)

:thumbs:

posted by  nighthawk

There is nothing worse than seeing a car with out of place wheels. Both of those wheel could potentially work.....but only if the car is modified appropriately... If the car is basically stock looking you need to go with a more period correct wheel such as the ones mentioned above. I'd say save the money you'd pay for those wheels and put it to better use.:2cents:

posted by  corbett_auto

why dont you get some Minilite Mag's??? they are nice wheels!!!
http://www.minimania.com/images/WHL1000.JPG
http://www.mossmotors.com/Graphics/Products/Large/SPM-910_1.jpg just a suggestion!

posted by  True_Brit

Actually, both are very nice wheels. I prefer the fluted wheels from those two. You will get many different opinions, I think most of those that posted failed to read or understand your post.

Cliff

posted by  SS 454 LS-7

1975, old skool :- go Torq thrust Originals

http://www.americanracing.com/dealerline/blackimages/mega/m309.jpg

posted by  Wally

and I guess theyre on your website too :banghead:

posted by  nighthawk

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