Dubs? Dubs Are For Chumps

Posted in Bizarre, Cadillac, Cars, FAIL, Funny, General, Wheels by Kurt Ernst | July 22nd, 2010 | Leave a Reply |

Roscoe found out the hard way that finding 52″ wheels was easy. Finding 52″ tires, on the other hand, wasn’t.

Source: That Will Buff Out

Tire Review: Continental Extreme Contact DW

Posted in European Review, One Lap of America, RideLust Review, Tires, Wheels by MrAngry | July 7th, 2010 | 4 Responses |

Continental Extreme Contact DW

Earlier this year I took part in the One Lap of America, a combination road rally / track event that takes competitors on a 3500 mile journey to some of the best racetracks in the United States. This event will test not only your stamina and endurance but every single part on your car. It’s long, it’s tough and it’s probably the most fun you’ll have on four wheels. When prepping the car for this event one of the biggest decisions that I had to make was tire choice. I needed a max summer performance tire that could handle the rigors of 9 days of hardcore track duty, 3500 miles of open road and perform well in both the wet and dry. In the past I’ve run Nitto NT555’s, Goodyear Eagle F1’s, Michelin Pilot Sports and Michelin PS2s. These were all good tires but each one had some inherent drawbacks.

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Lamborghini Miura Kit Car: Simply AMAZING!

Posted in General, Lamborghini, Pontiac, Reader Rides, trends, Wheels by MrAngry | May 23rd, 2010 | 3 Responses |

Lamborghini Mirua

Growing up the question amongst our group of friends was always, “If you could have any two cars in the world, what would they be?” My answer was pretty simple, I wanted a 1968 Dodge Charger and a 1971 Lamborghini Miura SV. The Charger was attainable, but the Miura, trading hands in the half-million dollar range, was and still is, a bit out of reach. The car was simply stunning from every angle and has a presence that has yet to be matched. Now we come to the Pontiac Fiero, a car that started production in 1984 and ran until 1988. It was small, mid-engine and rather sporty for the time but like all great sports cars it never got really good until it’s final version in 1988, with the introduction of the Fiero GT.

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Reinvent the Wheel? It’s possible…

Posted in SEMA, trends, Wheels by MrAngry | February 2nd, 2010 | 1 Response |

Back in the mid 1980’s we started to see a trend pop up on automobiles all over the world. It started off slow at first but as this trend picked up steam it created an industry that changed the look of the automobile forever. Some of you may, or may not agree with this, but the fact of the matter is, 25 years later, that trend is still here and going stronger than ever. I’m talking about the multi-billion dollar industry of aftermarket wheels.

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