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Discussion in 'Modified / Tuned Cars' started by 84FordMan, May 20, 2011.
those wheels are awful
I hate this car
I hate niggers
Agree. One think I hate is when people put huge wheels on an older car. Looks out of place.
If they're spending all that money on the car, they could have at least bought some nicer wheels instead of those pep boys specials.
The only think I like about this is that it has a ls swap.
Land of the free... Engine swapping is illegal here. <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/sad.gif"></A>
Should not change the V8...
P1800 doesn't come with a V8....
rather have the bike
i prefer this one
Never had much love for the ES and this still doesn't make me want an ES, awesome none the less and good to know that a Yamaha SHO/Volvo V8 fits with minor modifications to the hood for clearance. Though a SHO intake might of cleared the stock hood.
The wheels are too big, but that's neat.
and different r!mmzzz
needs a lot of work
It's no M Coupe.
I noticed this Volvo doesn't have a rear wiper
a true racing machine
What all of you big wheel haters fail to realize is that you need bigger wheels to clear larger rotors/calipers and there is almost zero tire selection for shorter wheels anymore. If you want an old car that will keep up with everyday cars of today, 15" wheels aren't really an option.
there's a big brake kit available for Volvos that includes Porsche 911 calipers with S60R rotors. all the brakes anyone would ever need and minimum wheel size for that is 17"
here's a chart of Volvo's 17" rims
there are a few that would look much better than whatever is on there right now
I think these would look the best
That is true. I can understand needing the big wheels to clear brakes, but the dude could have found some less ugly.
Hank is right
I have no problems of the wheel size, but the way the wheels look.
I'm not arguing about the style, but a few people mentioned how they hate big wheels on older cars.
The bigger problem is tire selection. Just not as much out there for 17" wheels that are 8+ inches wide. Smaller then that and the selection is almost non-existent.