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Old 11-02-2011, 05:39 AM
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Which wheels ? 1934 Ford

Thinking about changing the wheels from Chrome Torque Thrust II's to all steel Painted Vintique style with centre cap and trim ring.

Which suits the car better ?

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For looks only, you cant beat the original look of wire wheels. But if not going that route, I go for the steel wheel with cap and ring.

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If you're going to change the wheels I would go to a wire wheel....BUT NOT Vintique. Check out www.thewheelsmith.com, they are making the old timey artillery wheels now out of aluminum.
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I have to agree with the spoke wheels,, but if you are wanting the tradational look,, either the painted steel , or the spokes,, the Altillery wheels are nice ,, the mags date the car to the 80's I think,,
very nice coupe,,by the way...
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