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i voted to keep the Ralleys but they can be spruced up/changed...
throw a set of these on the Ralley's... check the cost of JUST the spinner, not the cap at Classic Industries, these cost over $100.00 just for the spinners... these caps are what i bought for my '64, same seller. the spinners are authorized GM restoration parts, great top of the line quality.
Both wheels look great on 1st Gens. Right now I have polished TT2s on the rear and Prostars on the front. I gotta get some TT2s for the front. Rallies are cool, but can bend and either of those 2 wheels will step it up a notch IMO. Agree that the Prostars are more Prostreet and TTs are street. I like TT2s better than the gray TT Ds, but all depends on what color your car is and stuff. Let us know what you decide.
PXTX hit on a good point, whatever you decide, make sure you have plenty of clearance for disc brakes, should you chose to make that change in the future. Anything 17" will work for most all brake swaps, except those wheels that have a valve stem on the internal wheel lip, like a Coy wheel. Then you are limited to no bigger than a 10.75" rotor.....
its a hard to decide, i dont know if i want a 15 or a 17. i have 17'' ttIIs on my 67 and i want to run something a litte diffrent on my 64. i like the th d's because i think it gives the car an oldschool feel. but i love the prostars and think they look good on any thing. and i think i want to run a 4.5 or 5'' wide front rim, so ill most likely go with a 15''. im trying to go the whole protouring route with my 67' so i want to go a completely diffrent route with my 64. i like the rally wheels but i think im gonna go for a street racer/ weekend warrior kind of look if that makes any sense to you
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