So as I consider changing the wheel/tire combination on my 30 pickup I've been looking at ads on Craigslist and facebook marketplace, ebay, etc, and the ads for old used Torque Thrust wheels run anywhere from $175 to $200 each for common sizes with a Chevy bolt pattern. Brand new TT's run about $50 less than that. I'm sorry, forgive me if this is a dumb question, but is there something about the vintage wheels that makes them more valuable than the new? What am I missing here. I think about vintage wheels, and the risk I take if I buy them that they are damaged somehow, that the bolt pattern the seller claimed is correct and that he got the rest of the measurements correct, they aren't cracked, and then I still have old wheels that need to be cleaned up. Why do that instead of buy brand new? And get a clean wheel that's ready to go, and would have some kind of warranty, or could be returned if something was wrong, they won't fit, etc. Seems to me that as long as brand new wheels are available the vintage wheels would be LESS than new. What am I missing?