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The restoration job started 4 years ago has taken some unexpected turns, but is nearing completion thanks to Rk-motors in Charlotte NC taking over in August of this year.

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http://69camarorestoration.com/fb


I'm having trouble picking a set of wheels... Any recommendations on something similar to Fikse profil-5S which do not costs $4000 a set? I like five spoke designs, and like 5 spoke-splits even better. Rally's or torque thrust are off limits for this one.
 

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Wow. Lots of time put into restoring that car. Good on you. Whats the story of the car? Parents car? It took a beating one time in its life.

How about a set a Weld's?
 

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Possibly several beatings...

My father bought the car new. My brother drove it for ~8 years when he turned 16, and I got it when I turned 16 as well. I always wanted to restore it so started working in it in 2006, but ran into an road block when it came to putting the quarters on. Earlier this year I decided I wanted to drive it sometime this century, so began looking for quality shops in my area. These guys do great work and the entire shop is very knowledgeable.
 
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