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Old 08-09-2022, 03:56 PM
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Looks very sharp with the Day 2 TTO's.
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Old 08-09-2022, 04:12 PM
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I like both looks, but I already had the TTO's and being much larger and radials made the car so much more fun to drive. I may put larger redline radials on the dog dish rims as some point.

I love the look of Tim's/napa68, 68 L78 with TTO's so that kind of pushed me in this direction...
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I like both looks, but I already had the TTO's and being much larger and radials made the car so much more fun to drive. I may put larger redline radials on the dog dish rims as some point.

I love the look of Tim's/napa68, 68 L78 with TTO's so that kind of pushed me in this direction...
Ironically, I got the old girl out and took her to work today

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Do you still have this car, Tim?
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Do you still have this car, Tim?
not to take away from Steve's thread (sorry for hijacking this Steve).......

but yes I do have it. 3rd times a charm
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I like both looks, but I already had the TTO's and being much larger and radials made the car so much more fun to drive. I may put larger redline radials on the dog dish rims as some point.

I love the look of Tim's/napa68, 68 L78 with TTO's so that kind of pushed me in this direction...
Both looks are outstanding. Nice to change things up once in a while. I've got TTD's stashed that will find find their way onto the '67 once tires are selected.
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