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    Dog, I was almost to the point of congratulating you on your recent non-adversarial attendance - so much for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickP View Post
    Dog, I was almost to the point of congratulating you on your recent non-adversarial attendance - so much for that.
    Thanks anyway. But couldn't you just post a picture instead.
    Last edited by 55 Rescue Dog; 08-04-2019 at 04:01 PM.

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    I must have missed something.....??

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    My new Tahoe has 22” wheels, but I wouldn’t consider anything like that on my 57. The 57 looks just fine with 15” wheels a full 1” bigger than original. Some of the stuff shown looks to be in the clown car category. A classic 50’s and 60’s car needs it’s dignity and staying under 18” rims, maybe 16” still looks good. Again JMHO.

    But as I always say an owner can do what ever suits one’s taste even though the rest of us think it looks lousy.
    Just because big wheels is the trend or style of the day don’t mean it looks good on a classic. Again JMHO.

    On another note. What’s the deal with resting the rocker panels on the pavement? Why would ya do that? Is that supposed to look good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gmvette View Post

    On another note. What’s the deal with resting the rocker panels on the pavement? Why would ya do that? Is that supposed to look good?
    It's so the car can't be stolen!!!

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    Originally Posted by Gmvette

    On another note. What’s the deal with resting the rocker panels on the pavement? Why would ya do that? Is that supposed to look good?



    It's so the car can't be stolen!!!

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    ... or so that people with really short legs can get in??

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