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Old 31 Aug 2002, 12:18 am
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Default Smoothie wheels

I got a Black '02 yesterday, and I want to put 15" painted rims on it to match my '48 Chrysler (all the OEM wheels look stupid, IMHO. If the car is supposed to look retro, why the big, flat mags? Anachronistic.They make the car look like a Conestoga!!)
Anyone know of a good source for such steel smoothie rims?
I'd love to be able to use stainless trim rings and '48 Chrysler script baby moons, too.
And if I could just squeeze a Flathead 8 under the hood....



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Old 02 Sep 2002, 01:35 pm
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try this place

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