reply to post by Misterlondon
Top gear was on cable and satellite all the time, and they were quite funny for the most part. The only down side is that every joke he ever told went
right over my head because I had no idea who anyone he was referring to was.
reply to post by Cheesefacedogbone
Personally, I like the steelies, however if you really want to make it stand out for less than $50, buy some cans of chevy red engine paint or if you
want to really go a little on the pricy side, get some red tractor paint from tractor supply. Either paint will be more durable and resistant to rock
chips/dings along with normal wear and tear.
Paint the steelies red and you will be much closer to what you're going for and really make it stand out. Here is an example of how it makes a
However since you have the old school mooneye wheels that I had on my 71 C10, they do look good with a set of low profile tires, and especially with
white walls. They have been around since the early fifties at least, I remember them being very popular on the old mercs and lead sleds of the day.
Keep the white walls, or at least buy some vintage tires to replace the standard whitewall. Coker makes replacements for tires that are long out of
production, check it out:
Edit to add:
By the way, I threw your truck into my CS4 and changed up the color right quick, this is what it might look like...I like it.
edit on 9-6-2011 by Kingalbrect79 because: (no reason