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Sorry to say I like the old wheel covers much better. The dog dish's cheapen the look.
I like it, every buddy has a different style I like my cop wheels maybe that’s the reason that I have 4 sets
What a beauty!
Peter's car? I knew it was available, but I suppose it didn't connect that she had been re-homed...
BTW, it's your car, but... I find the "poverty caps" inconsistent with the wood grain. I'd like the look better if she was a lower trim level.
Me three ....
Woodies were upscale models. You'd only see steelies and hub caps on bottom line stripper models used in the utility company fleets. And you never saw RWL on wagons.
Might as well add fuzzy dice to this one as well.
I hope you wrapped those restored wheel covers, and put them away safely.
Yes Peter they are Stored away safe and sound
Lol just for ya I will find some blue fuzzy dice
I saw you already have a white pair of fuzzy dice.
Yes for 25years now, was a present from my wife back in the days
So much for restored correctly
I hope when you sell it you'll include those nice restored wheel covers.
Guys I always like how I can get folks going over a set of wheels there just bolt ones, if I like them is my business right ?
I’m not the type of person that needs everything 100% correct because I drive my cars and I like driving them not only to car shows I drive them everywhere and every day.
I drove the Wagon so far around 600mls and the car drives good not to bad, I is way more stable at 85mls now with those tires than it was with the small 235 tires in my opinion
Of course it's your business BUT you posted it here for reaction / response and you're gonna get it. Don't complain if some disagree, if you are gonna pout , don't post it.
I don’t complain Dave is all good
Ok.... I read it as if you were .....
I think a nice set of road wheels would be the best for a wagon of this quality