looks good! everyone seems to run those wheels. fix that tie rod!
__________________ 1967 Ford Mustang 289/c4
Hooker Headers, 2.5" Magnaflow X pipe, Spintech 6000 Pro streets 2.5" Exhaust, Monte Carlo Bar, 600 CFM edelbrock Carb w/ Electronic Choke, Edelbrock RPM Air-gap Intake, early model 302 heads, MSD Super Conductor Custom Wires, MSD Pro-Billet Ready to Run Distributor.
Looks good. What were you running on there before?
__________________ "Natalie", '66 Coupe, aka "Jinx", "Jinxie Natalie" (everything goes wrong..)
4-Speed w/ Hurst Perf. Plus
289, Holley Carb, Edelbrock Intake/Water Pump, Tefba, Summit Direct Fit Rad
3.55 with Posi, Zoom Clutch
Next On the Agenda:
Interior - Soundproof, new carpet, tilt column (in progress), new steering wheel, Air conditioning (in progress), seat extenders, Motolita MK3 (in progress)
Exterior/Body/Performance: weatherstripping, power steering (in progress)
Very nice I almost bought those but went with the C-67 in black. Very happt with them. You can get them at coyswheel.com
1965 Mustang coupe, Poppy red with black interior, I6, DUI, Classic Inlines ALum head and intake, Clay Smith cam 264/264 110, Holley 390cfm 4bbl, Yella Terra 1.65 Roller Rockers, CI headers stainless with Jet-Hot ceramic coating, CI Stainless 2" impostor dual exhaust, Spectre Low profile carb hat, 4Cly T5 with Hyd throwout bearing, 17x8 Coys C-67 wheels, TMI interior,
Where are you?
I am in the gutted/replace floorpans mode, have no drive train yet and currently know my rims are bent, so looking to cut $ corners as much as possible until I can get it on the road again.
Trying to not purchase cheap and then have to re-buy later, but it seems I will have to or never get it out of the garage.
What is happening with the old rims/tires?
1968 Coupe currently under rebuild.
1984 Four eyed fox daily driver.
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