WOW! I used to run Kelly Super Chargers back in 1977, my buddy also bought a set for his 1968 RT charger, only because the tires said "Super Charger" and with a 440 & 4:10 gears it WAS a super charger. I miss the 60's & the 70's, bad ass muscle cars were everywhere and relatively affordable, no tats on women, biker chicks were smokin hot, men were tough and fought with their fists, after the fight, it was over, no gun pulling BS, and the girl next door didn't weigh in at 150 plus pounds. Damn, I'm old!My 67 came with 14 Rally's when I bought it back in '84. They were not the wheels that came with it from the factory, but rather steels and caps. I switched to 15" Rallys that were 7" wide wheels and had plenty of room for them...no rubbing. Sorry that I don't remember the tire size, but I could check if you want, I still have a couple of them as garage art...Old Firestone SS and a Kelly Charger.
Yes... I am "that type of guy", however...You strike me as a N 50 15 guy, we used to jack'em high and let'em hang out! Lets work on that.
That 8.2 may be on borrowed time, 9" FORD is a great upgrade, but somewhat expensive.Yes... I am "that type of guy", however...
So for those reasons, I dont want "too much" traction and cant use air shocks
- Im pushing a lot of power through a manual trans and a stock BOP 8.2
- I drive like a scorched cat
- I like drifting and cornering
But from a strictly aesthetic stance, I would love some 275 Micky Thompsons
I just got rid of two N-50's with perfect tread that I got in 1980. Hard as bricks. Petrified. Still have the Dunlop GT Qualifier's mounted on slot mags that I pulled off my '66 GTO in 1982. Used them on a road trip to the Grand Canyon that year, and wore them out. L-60-14. Yeah, the car needed air shocks to keep the tires off the fender trim!You strike me as a N 50 15 guy, we used to jack'em high and let'em hang out! Lets work on that.