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    • I love the depth of discussion we get into here! They are great photos and all those wheels look really good. It's clearly a passionate topic because wheels have a tendency to draw the eye. I have a problem with wildly inconsistent rims on a car that just doesn't suit. Yes, of course we can all do what we want but we can also have opinions. My opinion is that factory 'styled' wheels (think Rallyes) are designed by car designers to compliment that car. Again, I like Chev Rallyes on a 69 Stingray because I reckon they just look right. I also reckon Pontac Rallye 2s look superb on any mid 60s Poncho because they just seem to be cohesive with that bold stacked headlight front and those sharp lbody lines. Spinner full wheel covers and 3" whitewalls on a 50s Caddy also look great, but a set of stylish big inch chrome 5 spokes are also gonna suit. I'll be taking your advice to go my own way.  Now...who wants to start a new topic on dual exhaust tips? I'll start off:  I'm  deciding between angle cut 2.5" chrome, or straight round, with a rolled tip. Kinda leaning toward straight round, with like a 1" protrusion beyond the bumper. Or, like this photo:
    • I've reached out to Frank's bro. Waiting to hear back. I had not heard or CRP but I will look them up. If its in decent condition I would go 2 hand. I'll let you know what Franks and CRP say. Thanks buddy
    • You either need to pay attention to spell check or else you’re using Eskimo! It’s you go! Not yugo, but yes I can go to the shrink if you think that would help!🤪 Just as long as it’s not a witch doctor shrink! I hear those guys shrink heads! Oh wait that’s what I’m going for! Silly me!🤓
    • Hay wrongway  have you tried crp in Santa Ana  or maybe franks ?  I bet they are the same as 64, I will have a look in my parts car , not sure but there could be one in there , if your after a second hand one mate 
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