Originally Posted by Gixster
The dual antennas and the Torq-Thrust wheels are a good start.
I agree 100%. With flames, yeah, the trim just hasta go...
As much as I hate cast wheels(work at a company that machines cast and forged wheels), I ran right out and bought a set of torq-thrust-d's for my mustang back around '93 when they brought them back...friggin mustangs still sitting with tires dryrotting...stickers still on the tread...I'm a bit of a procrastinator.
Torq-thrust-d or magnum 500's are my personal favorites for any late 60's Ford...except my 4 door 65 gal- 'sport/performance' wheels just dont go with the 4 door... tried my mustangs torq-thrust, and the centerline telstars from my mark vii, to me it looked silly.
Im still looking for a cheap set of the 16x7 93-96 crown vic spoked wheels(look similar to GTA Firebird rims)- think the more 'formal' wheel will fill up the wheelwells yet still be 'in character' for a two tone 4 door-would like to say 'old man' looking car but dont want to offend anyone : )
btw- most fords and chryslers have '5 on 4 1/2' bolt pattern- so if ya see a nice set of late model mopar/jeep wheels, good chance theyll fit (unless offset for front wheel drive). Several jeep wheels Ive seen on grand cherokees in the last 5 or 6 years looked pretty sharp. never seen any on a ford yet, but ya never know.