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Old 06-16-2005, 09:23 AM
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What wheels would you recommend?

What wheels would you recommend for my 69 Bird?

http://firstgenfirebird.org/show/closeup.mv?CarID=642

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I know they're getting old, but you just cant beat Cragars SS in my opinion.




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I like the wheels thats on it! Hg
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What he said.
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the ones on it right now are awesome
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I think these wheels look agresive on any car that deserves the look.Your ride deserves the look.The Look
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How about some big 24" spinners? j/k

I like the ones that are on it right now, but If I had to go different I would go with some good ol cragars.


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How about some big 24" spinners? j/k

I like the ones that are on it right now, but If I had to go different I would go with some good ol cragars.


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just call it ghettobird with the ghetto lift kit if you put on 24's!!!!
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Old 06-16-2005, 02:36 PM
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anything by these guys

worlds most expensive rims
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I'm old-fashioned but I wouldn't use anything but T/A honeycomb mags on a 'bird.


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You can't go wrong with these


But for an old school look
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I'm old-fashioned but I wouldn't use anything but T/A honeycomb mags on a 'bird.



Aren't those second Gen wheels?

My bird has some sort of pontiac rally rim on it. They look nice and cool enough that I don't feel like I have to change them. Lets see if I can dig up a reasonable pic...

Bah, HR says database is down. Maybe later-

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