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850Combat Reader
3/4/15 8:54 a.m.

I've got four spoke Revolutions on my 1965 Lotus Seven,


And on my four door Ford Cortina GT



More 70s than 80s I would say.

Ihad a Girlfriend with a nice X19 back when. She had awesome color matched Campagnolos on it. Great little car. Slow as a Spridget, but so much better handling ride and refinement.

racerdave600 wrote: 4-Spoke Revolutions on an X1/9 and my old X1/9 with a set of ATS wheels. I also had a set of the black Revolutions for track wheels as above.
pinchvalve MegaDork
3/4/15 10:07 a.m.

Off topic, but cheap 3-spokes were the WORST wheels of the era IMHO

Always beat up and usually at least one missing the center cap.

Chrome made them worse

Most 3-spokes don't work for me.




pinchvalve MegaDork
3/4/15 10:14 a.m.

I think these were some of the best looking wheels from the late 90's

Appleseed MegaDork
3/4/15 1:44 p.m.

The 94-96 Impala SS wheels were nearly perfect.

edizzle89 Reader
3/4/15 2:58 p.m.
pinchvalve wrote: Off topic, but cheap 3-spokes were the WORST wheels of the era IMHO

gotta be honest, i dig those

noddaz GRM+ Memberand Dork
3/4/15 3:10 p.m.

Shame these are only 14 inch...

belteshazzar UberDork
3/4/15 3:28 p.m.

i thought the 5 spoke Citation X-11 wheels i put on my Fiero looked cool, but I never took a picture.

EvanB GRM+ Memberand UltimaDork
3/4/15 3:36 p.m.

In reply to noddaz:

You can get replicas in larger sizes now.


Curmudgeon MegaDork
3/4/15 4:55 p.m.

NOT cool:

They made the same basic style in a two spoke version, it was horrific. I can't find a pic of the wheel by itself on the int3rw3btoobz at the moment, but a guy on 'Counting Cars' had a set on a 1956 Chevy.


Curmudgeon MegaDork
3/4/15 5:04 p.m.

In reply to 850Combat:

I love the Revolutions too but like the Minilite to me they are more 1970's. In fact, a 15" repro in the correct bolt circle for the J-H was just released a year or two ago and yeah I thought hard about it.

conesare2seconds HalfDork
3/4/15 6:30 p.m.

OZ Monte Carlos look good on everything:

Sesto showed a sweet Dymag. I'm lucky enough to have a set of Gen IVs. They are thin on the ground and I couldn't replace them if anything happened:

mndsm MegaDork
3/4/15 7:52 p.m.

I've got OZ on my mind- the Futura III OZ Turbines OZ Rallyes.

OZ Mito splits OZ Hartge Splits

Oh, and for pinchy, here's some super advans- Sure they only look good on 3 cars, but they look damn good on those 3 (s14, FD, SW20)

Caleb Reader
3/4/15 8:38 p.m.

Work Emotions

work meister s1

work e-wing III

work e-wing IV on my soarer

f6sk Reader
3/4/15 8:45 p.m.

Isuzu Stylus

gearheadE30 Reader
3/5/15 7:32 a.m.

Impala SS wheels (I was protecting cars from hail....)

Enkei Shogun. Not a ton of cars they look great on, but the SVX is one of them. Waiting for it to get warmer so I can refinish my set.

gamby UltimaDork
3/5/15 7:53 p.m.
Caleb wrote: work e-wing IV on my soarer


pimpm3 HalfDork
3/5/15 8:38 p.m.

DP Enduros. I have had these wheels for almost 20 years and they have been on countless different vehicles.

pimpm3 HalfDork
3/5/15 8:41 p.m.

On a porsche...

chandlerGTi UltraDork
3/6/15 9:54 a.m.
pimpm3 wrote: On a porsche...

I have a double staggered set from a NSX for sale if anyone wants some.... Need repair and restoration though.

kanaric Dork
3/6/15 10:48 a.m.
EvanB wrote: In reply to noddaz: You can get replicas in larger sizes now. http://www.amourperformance.com/products-page/search-by-brand/brand-label/fifteen52-rml-snowflake/

I like. I'm guessing these are throwback GTI wheels or something. I would like this on many cars.

mndsm wrote: OZ Turbines OZ Rallyes.

REALLY like. I hope these are still made.


beans Dork
3/9/15 6:40 p.m.
yupididit wrote: REAL Racing Wheels 16x9 4x114 (90s?). They're pretty light, too bad they fit on nothing I have.

Hmmmmm I want those in my life.

Vigo PowerDork
3/9/15 7:28 p.m.

In reply to mad_machine:

these were the rims I put on my 99 Tiburon.. the Enkei RPO1

I had some 18s of those on my old Dodge Avenger i was building up. I had already done all the bodywork and paint and put the enkeis on with brand-new (at that time!) Kumho MX and was about to bolt on a full coilover setup (and progress to the engine) when i 'lost' it in a breakup.

850Combat Reader
3/10/15 11:12 a.m.

I love Torque Thrusts on vintage american cars, like Malibus, Novas, GTOs, etc. I wonder how they would look on one of those. Maybe not as good as newer 5 spoke designs.

Appleseed wrote:

The 94-96 Impala SS wheels were nearly perfect.

Appleseed MegaDork
3/10/15 8:54 p.m.

Like it was made for it.

92dxman Dork
3/11/15 2:16 p.m.

MK2 VW Teardrops or Snowflakes get my vote.

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