Reviewed By paul f (GREEN BAY, WI) —2/2/2016 10:35 PM
Reviewed By Gerry B (Plummer, ID) Reviewed for a 1967 Chevy Camaro —1/11/2016 1:36 PM
Not purchased tires so not yet installed wheels. Did a quick check to verify bolt pattern was correct. I can hardly wait for tires. The order process was not as flawless as the wheels. The original order wasn't placed by the Rep I spoke with, he gave me the wrong price, and upon another Rep tracing things down, there were only 3 wheels so again placed a third order. It may have been a glitch-took several calls to work it out. Will order a spare if Rep stands by word to cut a deal.
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