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Old 01-17-2013, 12:31 AM   #1
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I am trying to find old black racing rims and white letter tires for my '67 mustang. She's hot rod black and black racing rims with white letter tires I believe will be a great look. Problem is I have no clue what the rims would be called. I don't want flashy racing rims. Simple is key. Suggestions are extremely appreciated
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I am trying to find old black racing rims and white letter tires for my '67 mustang. She's hot rod black and black racing rims with white letter tires I believe will be a great look. Problem is I have no clue what the rims would be called. I don't want flashy racing rims. Simple is key. Suggestions are extremely appreciated
Coker tire makes old school and original tires for everything back to model A's. they might have some options. Be careful about rims, original mustangs have a very different back spacing than modern ones.
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Are you talking about steel wheels? Sometimes when you see the old drag cars, they just had stock wheels with no hubcaps. Paint them with a tough semi gloss black, get new lug nuts, and call it a day?
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Are you talking about steel wheels? Sometimes when you see the old drag cars, they just had stock wheels with no hubcaps. Paint them with a tough semi gloss black, get new lug nuts, and call it a day?
I will certainly look into that. Like I said, I've hit a road block haha. Thanks
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Try www.performanceplustire.com

I like them a lot. Everything from steel to aluminum, wheels, tires, or packages
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Try www.performanceplustire.com

I like them a lot. Everything from steel to aluminum, wheels, tires, or packages
Just got done looking. Great stuff. Probably going to buy from there! Thanks a ton
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