A buddy of mine is about to transfer a title for a ‘31 Tudor into his name, it’s an upchopped, but channeled body on a custom Z’d frame that is based on original A frame dimensions. Don’t recall how far the channel is, think it’s about 3-4”. The car was set up for a 352 and a C6 I believe, but the owner (a friend of his) is yanking the drivetrain and my buddy has plans to plop a rowdy little SBC and 700r in it. Car has a tube drop axle (speedway product or something of the likes, don’t know exact details on all that yet) and a 9” out of a pickup under it, currently has a 5.5 or 6” steel wheel on it with bias ply white walls on them, wheels aren’t staying on the car though per the seller’s decision. Last night he sends me an offerup link to a pair of 15x10” smooth steelies and wanted to know my thoughts of them for the car. Of course, me being me and liking things a certain way, said “too wide, I’d run smaller.” Normally I wouldn’t second guess my own decision on that, but shorty after I started realizing that a lot of Halibrands and other mags from the 60’s (the era of which he wants the car to appear that it could have been built) were/are 10” wide. This is an unchopped, but channeled and fairly low sitting car though, no fenders in the plans. Now that I have all of that explained, does anyone have photos of something similar with a 10” and maybe also a 7” or 8” wide wheel (for comparison) on the rear? 10’s without anything covering them seem like they could resemble something along the lines of a couple of fat girls with no clothes on, but I won’t know how fat they really are until I see ‘em without clothes, I guess is what I’m trying to say...? As the title states, exactly how wide is too wide for a car like this? That’s what I need to find out... Also, the car has a 5x5-1/2 bolt pattern all around. I immediately suggested converting it to 4-1/2 because of wheel choices. Rather it be drilling the hubs and axles, having rear wheels (like Rebels) redrilled for the stock rear end pattern and just drilling the front hubs for a smaller pattern, or totally swapping hubs and axles, what would be the best/most inexpensive way to put bitchin’ wheels on a car that bitchin’ wheels won’t fit on?