new wheels for my '92

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retroren
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1992 Toronado Trofeo

new wheels for my '92

Postby retroren » Sat May 02, 2020 7:35 pm

time to get rid of my boring winter wheels:

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Otto Skorzeny
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Re: new wheels for my '92

Postby Otto Skorzeny » Sat May 02, 2020 9:21 pm

Not bad.

Where do you live? The leaves aren't even on the trees yet. Winter looks like its still around!

retroren
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Re: new wheels for my '92

Postby retroren » Sun May 03, 2020 6:58 pm

Thanks Otto. I know many people on these forums are purists and anything that is not stock is not good. I say, make the car your own! Express yourself and have a little fun. It's not my problem car makers took forever to realize big wheels do a lot for the overall look of a car. A red car screams for chrome in my opinion and nowadays 18" wheel size or larger are the thing.

I live outside Detroit. Just beginning to get nice here. I was looking forward to the huge gathering of Oldsmobile owners in Lansing, MI on June 20 but it has been canceled due to you know what. I am sick of that damn virus. I shouldn't say that in light of the many tens of thousands that have died. Hopefully we, as a nation, will be better prepared for the next pandemic.

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Otto Skorzeny
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Re: new wheels for my '92

Postby Otto Skorzeny » Mon May 04, 2020 6:27 am

I have friends in Dearborn (Wayne Township) who are Cadillac and Olds people. They're at every show. I also have a friend in Grand Rapids and one in Kazoo.

I'm in Atlanta. Leaves have been on trees for a month and spring is almost over. It's hotter than hell already!

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Re: new wheels for my '92

Postby romcoby » Sun Oct 11, 2020 11:49 pm

retroren wrote:time to get rid of my boring winter wheels:

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Looks awesome! Any details about them? My next plan is to get some chrome rims also. I like the style of hd wheels but I'm still open to other options.


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