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Chrome Reverse Picture Thread

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by vintage tin, Nov 14, 2010.

  1. falcongeorge
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    Well, at least now he posting something that has something to do with the subject matter of the thread, I guess thats progress...:rolleyes::p
     
  2. So.... while you guys are busy pissing on each other, the mod's are going to shut down the O/P's thread through no fault of his own.....
     
  3. painterdude1
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    from michigan

  4. AHotRod
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    What are the brand of White-Wall tires on your Chevy II ?
    Glenn





     
  5. wheelkid
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    Here's one, Not a smoothie. Made from all OE parts
    [​IMG]

    Jimmy
     
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  6. damagedduck
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    I love thread! bringing back to the top again.
    this little link for newer or O/T rims is great too.
    http://retrorides.proboards.com/thread/92220

    I plan on reversing these & having them chromed (if I can find some one?) or maybe ever powder coating them. the future front slope is awesome. I really didn't see any with inner clips I'm putting them on my 53 F100.
    They are marked. (they were on a 48-49 Chrysler)
    Made in U.S.A by Motor Wheel
    15
    6"L"
    685
     

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  7. I saved these two from going to scrap last week. Got em from my metal shop teacher, just had to clean them up.
     

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  8. Sermonation
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    14x6 reverse on my 62 LeSabre, waiting on spider caps
    ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1384043582.761724.jpg



    Posted using the Full Custom H.A.M.B. App!
     
  9. 51 BIRD
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    One of my favorite combinations was chrome deepdish wheels with Cal Custom "BlackJack" hubcaps. Cheap n' Simple...
     
  10. 50Fraud
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    I don't recall BlackJack hubcaps. Do you have a picture?
     
  11. YES! That one! NOT the red one with the clear plastic hood!
     
  12. 50Fraud
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    I wonder if the white one was a previous incarnation of the red "Grease Lightning". The red version is in the vault at the Petersen, and it's ridiculous. "Grease" was supposedly about the youth of the '50s, but I was a youth in the '50s, and I never saw anything that looked remotely like that POS. I think it was purely a figment of George's imagination.
     
  13. 51 BIRD
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  14. 50Fraud
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    Got it, thanks!
     
  15. BIGREDTODD
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    Not gonna defile the thread by posting non-reverse chrome wheels...but sure enjoy looking at everyone else's!
     
  16. ynottayblock
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    I've seen this picture dozens of times, and I just noticed its a four-dour...ha!
     
  17. My '57 DeSoto Firedome Sportsman with chrome 15 x 7 OEM type, narrow whites and '60 Merc small caps on the fronts. Not reversed.

    And same wheels /tire /caps later residing on my '60 Merc Colony Park.
     

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  18. junkyardjeff
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    My 55 sunliner is getting them when I buy new tires in the spring.
     
  19. I had a mad love affair for the older Buick rims. I had these done sometime around 1962.
    Bob
     

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  20. SmokinBill
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    Got some on the wifes wagon this weekend, Along with some Silvertowns
    [​IMG]
     
  21. LSGUN
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  22. elba
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    Here are mine.
     

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  23. Picked up a set at the swap meet last weekend. crw.jpg
     
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  24. big duece
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    Those will look bad-ass on that truck.
     
  25. Well, this thread seals the deal. I am going to sell my Salt Flats on my Desoto when it comes back from the interior shop and get a set of chrome wheels and wide whites (2nd pic photo-shopped to show how it will look).
     

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  26. Now yer talkin'! Ain't Photoshop great.
     
  27. dirtybirdindian
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    What are most of you guys doing with wheel weights...is it acceptable to put them on the rear of the wheel for a cleaner look and preserving the chrome?
     
  28. Squablow
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    You have a couple options. What I usually do is called a "static balance" which means weights only on the back side, it's actually a setting on most modern tire balancers.

    Second are "balancing beads" which is a product that goes inside the tire and instantly balances the tires by centrifical force. I've never used those but I've heard great things about them.

    I HATE looking at balancing weights pounded onto the front of a wheel. Looks sloppy, and I personally have never had an issue with static balancing.
     
  29. pila38
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    Mine.
    [​IMG]
     
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  30. real chrome reverse rims found in the back of a trailer at Sins of Steel.....$100.00 later and they were mine...tires.. another swap meet find..ebay for the lug nuts and bullets...
     

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