I agree. The hubcaps on there win no beauty contest, but the wire ones are a dime a dozen and really don't look all that great. If you like what you got, keep them, because you really don't see many cars with that style--unlike the sorta ugly wire ones that everyone has. Neither is amazing, but unless you go all out with true wire wheels or sem-large chromies, they're about as good as they get.brougham said:Looks nice. It's the same colour as mine except for the pinstripe. Didn't you show us those pictures before?
NOOOO Leave the hubcaps alone If you're going to do something different with it get real wire wheels for it I never liked the way those wire hubcaps look. If I got a Brougham that had them I'd take them off and get the tin ones like yours for it.
That's also a good suggestion. I saw an '86 once that had the chrome Brougham wheels from a '94-96 and it looked pretty good.The Ape Man said:Nice clean car. IMHO Factory wire wheels are too heavy and a pain to keep clean. Some rims from later Fleetwoods might be a good choice.
caddycruiser said:That's also a good suggestion. I saw an '86 once that had the chrome Brougham wheels from a '94-96 and it looked pretty good.