Omg, really? While I’ll agree some things might need to be disclosed to your insurance company, wheels doesn’t need to be one of them unless the owner is drastically changing the size from stock to something ridiculous.Before you purchase anything, clear it with your insurance company first, tell them what you are planning to do and learn what they have to say. Either this or try to figure out how to change the time back to the 60's before all these new limitations came into effect.
Ha, was watching Counting Cars when Danny visited a guy with a brand new MGA kit car, guy was asking $25K for it, Danny passed this up, while an extremely neat job, can't get insurance on these things.Omg, really? While I’ll agree some things might need to be disclosed to your insurance company, wheels doesn’t need to be one of them unless the owner is drastically changing the size from stock to something ridiculous.
Everyone (or so I hope) knows a well maintained brake system along with a set of nice sticky tires are what’s stopping the car. I mean, when I buy new tires, I’m not off running to my insurance company, ‘hey...look what I just purchased’. If you think about it, an insurance company is more concerned about your tires aren’t bald if there’s an accident with whom is in question as to at fault along with other key factors as to the accident.
There’s tons of aftermarket products on the market that are indeed better than factory parts. To make this brief, BBS produces wheels for BMW and other car manufacturers, but you wouldn’t know unless you ventured off to read about it since BMW and other car manufacturers have their own logo on the center wheel cap instead of a BBS wheel cap.
Ha, as a kid dumped into a dirt poor family, for 150 bucks could drop in a late model low mileage V-8 in a 48 couple and leave spoiled brat rich kids in the dust. Can't do this anymore, use to live in the land of the free.
Basic liability was only 5 bucks per month, and they didn't care what you did with your vehicle. But feel those spoiled brat rich kids got their revenge by taking over this country.
Can buy one of these for $30K if you want to leave other vehicle in the dust.
But 55 still means 55.
Do you have a road where you can legally open it up? Top speed is 167 mph. same as my Supra. Could go faster, but has a governor to limit this speed.30k is kind of a hope and a dream for that car. Most around here are going close to 40, lowest being 35.
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