- May 31, 2007
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Used in the actual filming of the first two Mad Max movies, this could potentially be the perfect car for surviving an apocalyptic world
I think they might be 15's, looking at a lip in the wheel.Probably 14" - that was standard back in the day for Aussie fords.
Turns out we're both right!I think they might be 15's, looking at a lip in the wheel.
By that, I mean a 14 inch center.
With the tyre hoop, flared to take the 14" centre.
Lots of 12 slotters, and GT 5 slotters, are converted to 15" the same way.
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got any pics of the old goat laying around? a friend in college had a '64 ragtop gto with tri-power that we used to run all over the place. it's still under a tarp in his back yard, one day to be restored. his is blue, white top and interior, manual transmission.Back then, my car was a '64 GTO, so the Falcon was a bit of a downer.