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I hacked a picture of my 68 to see if I'd like the HRE 545's on my car. I think it looks wicked. Let me know what you think....
Be patient- it's worth the wait....
To see the car in original form, look in the sig....
<A HREF="http://albums.photopoint.com/j/view?u=1327447&a=9867276&p=32896199" TARGET=_blank>
68 w/ HRE's
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Edit: had to fix the link...

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1968 RS/SS Camaro w/ 94 vette LT-1 and T56 six speed, Cal-Tracs, Baer 12" crossdrilled brakes 17" rims, ect....
<A HREF="http://home.earthlink.net/~speedracer68/tyler.htm" TARGET=_blank>
My 68 with LT1 and T56</A>

[This message has been edited by Teetoe_Jones (edited 11-11-2000).]
 

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It's all about what you like. Personally I agree with Kz. I'm just not into the modern pro-touring look. Give me 15x8 and 15x7 combo with a slightly jacked up stance. Hope I'm not showing my age too much!!
 

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well to each his own. I like it, and that's the only way to run huge by large brakes on this car.
SAyers69- Dude- I didn't actually put the rims on the car. I stole the pics from a guy in Vegas, and Photoshopped it on my car.

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1968 RS/SS Camaro w/ 94 vette LT-1 and T56 six speed, Cal-Tracs, Baer 12" crossdrilled brakes 17" rims, ect....
<A HREF="http://home.earthlink.net/~speedracer68/tyler.htm" TARGET=_blank>
My 68 with LT1 and T56</A>
 

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Teetoe, I like the wheel, but I think 20 inch is too much IMO. I like the wheels you have on it now.
But it's whatever you want, as you already know.

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Steve
67 SS 396,4-sp
67 RS 327,4-sp
72 RS 350/350
69 4X4 suburban 350,4-sp
73 3/4 ton 454/400
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I think that 20" is a bit much also. What I would like for my 69 is 17" up front and 18" in the rear. This will allow for big brakes and plenty of options for rubber.

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18's in the rear and 17's up front is definately the way to go.

The pic does look kinda cool though
It's definately California for ya
 
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