If I recall correctly the the Torq Thrusts were flat black. I see them now all variations of black finish. But my recollection of the new wheels of the time (65-70) they were flat black finish, and an almost grey rim. Then again, the clear laquer protective finish's were not in use, so everything oxidized and dulled.MustangJustin said:Basically I had to get rid of the Charger because it wouldn't fit in my garage and I couldn't find one big enough to store it, I live in England remember so the Charger is just about the biggest thing on the road over here, to put it bluntly also I just think the Mustang is a better car, the Mopar parts were damn expensive too compared to Ford
I'm stalling at the moment on the Bullitt as i'm still trying to negotiate a decent price with the seller, he's in no rush to sell though so i'll see what happens, it's an original Highland Green car apparently although it has been repainted a Dark British Racing Green which is almost identical, 2 owners from new so it looks like it's a good place to start, I will definitely look into doing all the chrome black or green like it is in the film, plus paint the Torq Thrust D's as the ones available now are too light, any idea what color they should be?