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SS 396 Chevelle

Its been in the UK now since June 2011

All new interior now and sporting 18'' American racing plus dropped a little at the front

I found these... set of four original 7x14 mags, only problem .... they are for a 69 model, not available in 68 but they look good , err I think ???. I can't lie to you the eighteens do it for me :^)still its nice to have the choice ............


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azmusclecar on Feb 6, 2015 said:

That's a very neat engine compartment. Glad to see a BOWTIE is doing well across the pond. I'm sure the car draws a crowd.........

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azmusclecar on Dec 14, 2015 said:

I'm an Ol' Skool kinda guy who loves classic wheels. I worked my way up from 14 inch to 15 inch and with a bit of therapy I made it all the way up to 16 inch Torque Thrusts. I'm not sure I can push my envelop to accept 17s just yet.....I mean what's next 18? and then 19? Like a runaway train..... I got off at stop 16. You kids go ahead with yer badselves and those big wheels. I never had a big wheel toy to ride as a kid, all I had was a pedal tractor. Maybe that's where my fear of big wheels stems from. Let's see what Freud says....

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ghpcnm on Dec 17, 2015 said:

I like the 18 inchers for cruising and the stock rims for shows. Nice Chevelle you have there. MERRY CHRISTMAS !!!

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esstenner on Dec 17, 2015 said:

Thanks for your comments fella's, the shows/cruising idea is not too far from the truth.As I'm sure you know it is getting harder and harder to find a choice of 14'' tires, big dia wheels seem to be commonplace these days (hey ho). Here's wishing you ghpcnm and azmusclecar a Very merry Christmas and Happy New Year

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