Our display at the Raleigh Convention Center. If you need wheels and/or tires for any ride we have you covered.
Yep, those are Raleigh P.D. and NC state trooper cars from vastly different eras. Why? Well, beyond the fact
that they have always been great when I needed them, they made me think about today's car scene.
As J.Q. Adams said; "Who we are, is who we were." "The more things change, the more they stay the same..."
Insert your favorite cliche' here _______.
The cars of today are the classics of tomorrow. Sometimes I think this gets lost with some in the classic
car scene and modern scene focusing on the differences between them when they really are all about the same thing;
the love we have for our cars and trucks. The classic hot rods in this show are fantastic...far better than they were when they
were made, and one hundred times better and safer than the original rods in the 1950s.
Here is my case in point. Everything about this car is rebuilt and perfect. It was done by an owner that had
the time and money to make it so. I'm glad to see it hope he continues to share this great car. However, I'm
guessing that the rods made at home on a budget in the 50s, that were driven daily weren't this nice.
They were similar the modern customs today. They were made out of late model sadans and coups that are the only
car the driver owns, and they are customized on what the owner can stash away after the bills. In spirit,
nothing has changed, and hopefully never will.
We will continue to be there to help anyone that wants to customize, dress-up, or improve the handling
of thier car or truck with wheels and tires.
65 Mustang with Ameican Racing Torque Thrust... perfect!
Dodge + Cragar + redlines = WAY COOL. We can get you those.
Firestone Indy 500s or Wide Ovels... we can get them.
55 in black and chrome
Bevedere GTX one of the best muscle cars kids never heard of. Better with Keystones
Old and New School at the same time! LOVE IT!
Coker redline remakes everywhere
1969 Firebird. I wanted to buy one in high school. It got the parental Veto.
More Cokers... big whitewalls. Yes, we can get you those too.
Remember the raise white letters? We can still get you those.
I understand the love people have for the '57, but I'm partial to the slightly smaller '55.
Billet wheels, yes to those too.
That is the biggest lip I've seen since SEMA!!
Staggered wheels make for a nice rake.
I want to see how this can be customized. Think of the great electronics it could have.
1971 in Plum Crazy
2013 also in Plum Crazy... I guess things really do stay the same. Being cool no matter the era is really
what makes them classics isn't it?