Old school tires

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  1. Coadster32

    Coadster32 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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  2. BillyDean7173

    BillyDean7173 Veteran Member

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    Tires and rims look great! Car color is super nice.
    The 2nd gen Z28 mag is still my favorite after all these years. The cool thing is you can repaint them any color you want for any reason. Still reasonably priced, too. You can also widen them as others have done.
     
  3. 68400BIRD

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    Tires and rims both look great. Sometimes you cannot improve what the factory came out with.
     
  4. Smokey15

    Smokey15 Veteran Member

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    The five spokes look great. Wagon wheels are for trailers. LOL
     
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  5. 77thor

    77thor Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    IMO, wagon wheels (anything bigger than 17") don't look good on second gen's or first gen's... they belong on modern cars.

    The 5-spoke Z/28 wheels are classic.
     
  6. ol' grouch

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    I don't care for wheels any bigger than needed to clear the brake calipers. I want meaty tires. They ride better, handle almost as well and on the roads around here, the potholes don't break wheels. If you look, all the car shows that show huge wheels and skinny rubber are from Kalifornia or way down south. I want to drive my ride. If it wasn't meant to be driven, it wouldn't have wheels.
     

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