What wheels for 66 mustang? *pics*

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  1. Ronin

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    Copied from main forum so I can get some sub forum poster feedback



    its currently stripped down, engine and interior but here is a pic of it that gives you an idea of how it looks regurlarly:

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    I've looked at centerline, american racing and some others still not sure.

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    i just got a bunch of images of wheels so OT has something to go off of without a lot of googling :dunno:

    lots of others ive looked at 2, cant make up my mind on anything
     
  2. Of the ones you posted, I'd go with picture 1. It's hard to find wheels that look right on older cars.
     
  3. Ronin

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    I like the current ones :dunno:
     
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    The ones on the bottom. They don't exactly fit perfect with the older mustang style but they are so damn sexy.
     
  8. Ronin

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    theyll fit if i drop the suspension and shelbify some valances :naughty:
     
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  12. Ronin

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    so far what im seeing is most of the above selections will most likely work
     
  13. matrix243

    matrix243 My body, is ready.

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    I think these look the best.
     
  15. Ronin

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    What kind are those?
     
  16. matrix243

    matrix243 My body, is ready.

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    AR have halibrandt repro's, M&F say there gt40? I'm guessing they're originals.
     
  17. such a gorgeous car
     
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    I like all of the ones you posted, but the deep-dish BBS-knock-offs are my fave :cool:
     
  19. Ronin

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    i think I've narrowed it down in mind to the Centerlines on top (first pic)

    the very last ZE forged ones or possibly the foose ones

    foose is a commercial douche bag but those wheels are decent, relatively conservative for foose and bitches along with other non purists will prolly :bowdown: them which garners some level of street cred. lol

    but foose is my 3rd choice

    the reason I want something a little contemporary is due to the direction im taking with the car, tricked out stereo, tons of sound deadening to kill road noise, ultra loud exhaust tone (chambered exhaust pipes), billet front grille, and then i might get a low profile cowl hood like that black stang has above or one of the shelby style hoods from that gen, 6 gauge cluster and then eventually sport seats with retro flair, maybe some scat/procars, recaros, or corbeaus
     
  20. matrix243

    matrix243 My body, is ready.

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    matrix243 My body, is ready.

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  22. Ronin

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    I REALLY like the ones you posted in post #21

    info?

    damn seeing these black stangs makes me want to paint mine black :o
     
  23. matrix243

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    billet specialties-fastlane
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    460 each
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  25. Ronin

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    460s not bad, the ZE forged and foose are like 500-550 a piece

    ok now im going to get either the fastlanes or the ZE forged, (last photo of original post)

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