i built a few of them, depending on the body style, can be a PITA getting the rear tires off-and if you drive on dished asphalt, the car can really sway around-its kind of going out of style, the guys that buy/sell say its not a good selling point anymore, if thats a concern
I absolutely love the look of the fat tires tucked underneath. Yes it's a pain to get the tires off and to clean those back wheels. Mine isn't the typical monkey bar cage, gaggle of gauges and big huffer hanging out of the hood. More pro streetrod I guess, clean, simple.
A lot of the "pro touring" cars are going with such wide tires now in the back, they're almost the same thing.
As with everything, to each his own. I've toyed with putting mine up for sale, but I know I have a very limited customer base. So I'll see what happens.
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