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'49 Chevy truck with a good altitude!

Matt Mussilo's fun '49 Chevy was outfitted by RPL Customs with 19x8, 20x8.5 Accelerator wheels with titanium coating, and air suspension for that soooo low look. Or maybe it's just the coolest road grader ever!
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Jim Smith's slick '33 Ford roadster!

Street Rods are still some of the coolest rides around, especially when they look so elegant and mean at the same time! Jim Smith's '33 Ford roadster rolling on 17x7 & 20x9 Challenger wheels with a brush / polish finish give it just enough bling to tastefully contrast the beautiful black paint.
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'62 Corvettes are some of the most desirable C1's ever built!

American Speed Shop knows Corvettes. And this latest C1 completion not only looks elegant and mean at the same time, but drives like a champ too!
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Wild wide-body C3 on deep concave Modsport wheels!

Mr. Keiji Omori's wild wide-body creation is rolling deep in Japan on 18x9, 18x11 deep concave Modsport wheels!
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Next level custom wheels!

Next level custom wheels are every wheel we build. Mach V shows meticulous design and detail with bronze and titanium ceramic coating. Custom built for a perfect fit and finish!
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Forged billet wheels precision built by design

The classic Igniter design shown with charcoal ceramic coat and polish contrast. Custom built from 17 to 22 inch diameters!
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Custom step lip wheels available in all designs!

If traditional step lip wheels are your thing, we now offer all designs in 18, 19 and 20" diameters in the old school cool. Modsport shown with optional three bar knock off and black velvet ceramic coat.
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NEW, Custom billet wheels for every Hot Rod!

The new Mach V shallow concave wheel is a custom built five spoke design that remains timeless on any Vehicle!
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'55 Chevy Hot Rod with classic five spoke forged billet wheels

Jerry Covington knows Hot Rods, and his '55 Chevy is done up in modern, yet still very classic style. Blower motor, black paint and classic five spoke style with the 18x7 & 20x12 Challenger design wheels.
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The original Hot Rod is a '32 Ford!

Justin Moriarty set out to build a classic Hot Rod, and his '32 Ford roadster with it's eye popping paint and highboy stance is a very cool iteration. It's seems fitting to run Americana Cover-Loc five spoke wheels...
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