I sure don't but it would be cool to see how they look on our 1st gen camaros. I am also wondering if we can add the angel eyes headlights from the new camaros.I've been wandering the same thing.. I have been keeping an eye on craigslist for them in my area. Does anybody know??
Curiousity i guess. I do like deep dish rims.20's...I don't know. I got 18's on mine and I parked once next to a 2010 and my car got dwarfed. I think I remember seeing a pic on here of a black 68 with 20's in back and 19's in the front. I think the wheels made the car look sort of strange. Almost like too much wheel and not enough body on top it...
Right... Besides why would I want to do the same thing as everyone else? A bunch of similar first gens. running around is boring. Cant count how many times walking through the shows passing by cars cause it looks just like the last one I looked at.. Let's mix it up!:thumbsup:Curiousity i guess. I do like deep dish rims.
I hear ya totally. That pix of 20's is the only one i could find, i don't like 20's on my 1st gen neither. I was thinking of 17 at most. I only want to be different then everyone that is why i'm asking about the fittings on these, but i don't like the fact they are not deep dish.Only a guess, but you won't have the wheel well clearance to run those rims even with smaller than factory tires. You must have some dish to the tires from rubbing inside the wheel wells (I think). Let us know if you try it.
I kinda like the concept, but 20's aren't my taste 1st gen.
What's the offset and bs of your foose wheels? I want the same Foose setup for my 67 RS and Ive been looking around to see if anyone has pulled it off. Do they rub? How many inches did you lower your suspension? What kind of suspension mods did you put it. Any help would be greatly appreciated.I got tired on the big wheels on my car (18/20). I couldn't imagine how it would look with 20's all around.
Sold them off to get the 15's I have now.