Inspired examples of OEM wheels on the “wrong” car! v.2:

Another Ranger on Mustang wheels:

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Pontiac GTA wheels on a Camaro:

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Cobra wheels on a 5.0 powered Fairmont:

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Mercedes wheels on this VW Passat:

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X5 wheels on a MK4 Golf:

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C5 Y2K Corvette wheels on a Chevy Impala wagon:Image

Dodge Challenger on Viper Reps:

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Alphards on a MK5 Jetta:

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\Mercedes W123 on Mustang Cobra wheels:

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Fox body Mustang on late model special edition Cobra wheels:Image

New Edge Bullitts on a 70’s Mustang:

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Cobras on a four eyed fox:

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NSX Type-R wheels on a Honda Step Wagon:

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Trans AM GTA wheels again, this time on a Monte Carlo.

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Import Alliance 4-16-2010

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Matching vehicles

Whether intentional or not, owned by the same guy or friends who roll to events together, or a team of competition vehicles, I always love seeing the the same theme on vehicles together.

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Banded steels

Banded steel wheels are made when a steel wheel center is removed from the barrel and either re-welded into a wider barrel, or the barrel is cut apart and a new piece welded in to widen to the wheel.

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