Thanks Mario! He has a lot more time into his!Hi Dave. I saw this on Facebook and had to show it to you. Maybe get ideas or just incentive.
Since you asked. I think the existing wheels aren't bad, and in my opinion better than DragLites. I just think if I was changing from what you have, it would be towards something more traditional and period than DragLites.I am considering selling all four tires and rims. I REALLY want the Weld draglites front and rear. Thoughts? I wish I was good at photoshop so I could see what it would look like.
And thanks Vall!
well, maybe cragar SS in the back? I really like the front skinnies or just another pair of chrome rally's. Oh hell, decisions, decisions. It's just the back rims are so rusted, I cannot save them.just getting ready to respond when Valls response popped up and my thoughts mirror his exactly.
those are all nice. I am gonna have to noodle this. The rears are 15x10 and I like the look of them and the skinnies up front. Maybe I will just get new chromed rally's for the back. They are like 120 bucks or so I think.I think a pair of slots in back would go well with the Chevy rally wheels up front myself. It would be aluminum slots, and steel slots, but that would be OK I think. Are those 8" or 10"?
The Rocket Injector wheels are very period looking, if you can't find a pair of used slots cheap. And of course the Amercan TTO wheels are very much like the old American wheels, and a full set delivered is barely more than a pair of Rocket Injectors. These Injectors run $235 each unpolished, but $295 each polished. American TTO's ran me $520 for all 4 with lugnuts delivered to my door from Ron's Rims.
I kinda like the fact that they are the OG slots and in steel. I am pulling the trigger.I think they're perfect Dave! That minor issue on the rim wont hurt anything. I'd take a hammer and dolly, and bang it back into shape, and use them. Nice score at the price too.
Or you could just sand yours smooth, and paint them if you want to save some money?