More examples of OEM wheels on the “wrong” car:
Acura TL wheels on a Honda Accord:
Audi A6 wheels on this MK4 Golf:
This oddball shoe shaped car is a Volvo 480, and this rocks a full drivetrain conversion of FWD to RWD with a BMW transmission along with it’s E36 Motorsports wheels!
BMW 5 series wheels suit this Toyota Chaser just right.
BMW Style 5’s on this Triumph TR6 look good!
An uncommon car in the stance scene, and it took a lot of work for this one to sit like it does with BMW X5 wheels on this Peugeot 406 coupe.
C4 Corvette wheels on an MK5 Jetta looking good:
C5 “Wagon wheels” are super popular in the Audi/VW stance world thanks to great availability, low price and spacer/adapter friendly high offsets. Double stagger works well on this A4.
C6 corvette wheels on this black on black Chevy S10 looking good.
Still tons more to come!
Inspired by a thread over on vwvortex.com I present Inspired examples of OEM wheels on the “wrong” car! v.1:
Toyota pick up on Fuchs wheels:
These wheels came factory on the Buick GNX, as well as a slightly different version on the the third gen Pontiac Firebird Trans Am GTA.
A collection of images from The East Coast Fitment Festival in Concord, NC.
This Pontiac looked slammed in more ways than one.
I love these fender flares, I would definitely use these if I had an E36!
Mustang Mach 1 wheels on this Nissan 300ZX looked good.
This paint was crazy, it had a ton of pearl or flake or something in it.
Not a fan of this paint job, but at least it was well executed.
Why orange grille and wheels? Because racecar.
The fitment this Evo was rocking was pretty impressive. I love these deep dish Work wheels.
JDM front bumper on this Infiniti M series looked good… I liked his flag too.
R32 Skyline wearing a Veilside kit was a treat.
More to come!