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Anyone have pics of the bullit wheels on a 65 or 66?

Thanks!
 

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Here's one:
01 wheels on a 65

You didn't ask for an opinion, but you're gonna get one ----IMHO, they don't look good at all on the early cars. Not enough "dish", plus you get to deal with spacers. Why not just get the correct backspacing to begin with?

Here are 16x8 Vintage 45's with the correct backspacing.......
http://a9.cpimg.com/image/11/08/7071249-d77d-025801C2-.jpg
http://a5.cpimg.com/image/17/09/7071255-316f-025801C2-.jpg
 

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From http://www.vintagewheelworks.com/

New 2002 Series of Wheels
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17-inch series:
Due to the large amount of customer request we will soon be offering the Vintage 40 and the Vintage 45 our new 17-inch two-piece wheel. These wheels will now allow us to customize both the backspacing and the wheel width to our customer's specific needs. Keep a look out for more information to be posted soon. We are scheduled to have these wheels available September 2002.
 

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I like the news from Vintage.

Perhaps they should hire a tech writer too ..."we will soon be offering the Vintage 40 and the
Vintage 45 our new 17-inch two-piece wheel".

BossBill
"I gots a good feeling about them there wheels"
 

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I think there really nice looking wheels. You can get a decent price on them .

If you choose to go with them i hope you like hearing peoples opinions because they'll give it to you freely. Half the people will love them, half will hate them.
 
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