They're called "Chariot" steel wheels and were on the Japan-spec Galant Turbo (European ones came with flat-face alloy wheels similar in design to ones off a MK5 Cortina). However, they also were fitted to the UK market Sigma Wagon (twin round lamp) for some reason, albeit with different tyre sizes (165/80 instead of 185/70). I've got the full set including spare, even with the proper trim rings which polish up nicely. The steels themselves are badly in need of a refurb which I'm going to take care of soon enough.
In fact I'm going to knock up a "what are you doing" type thread as this seems to be quite successful.
Do you have any Galant wheels at your disposal then (meaning do you want to sell any?)
I am after something MMC style for my latest project which is in the bodyshop getting "beiged up" as we speak. I was thinking along the lines of some 80s Japanese OEM alloys (don't have to be Mitsubishi as long as 114.3 PCD), but interesting steels with centre caps would be just as favourable.
I like to read every post in the forum if possible. However, I can't be bothered to click on every thread individually. I find the "10 latest posts" function the best thing about this forum. I click on it in the morning and read the posts then refresh the page throughout the day. Newer posts then appear at the top and older ones drop off the bottom.
If I have been away for a couple of days, though, there will have been more than 10 posts posted in that time. This is how I end up missing posts as there are not enough in the list. Is it possible that we can get more options like that, say 10, 15, 20 and 25 posts? Or if that's not possible maybe a box where you can type in how many you want to see. That way I could just keep increasing it until I see a post that I had already read at the bottom and I will know I have not missed anything.
When you have read a post in the 10 most recent posts list, it does not mark that post as "Read" in the normal forums, so the icons are meaningless, as you can not see which threads have new posts in them. Usually in forums, when you click a link like the 10 most recent posts, it runs a script, and you can often see in the URL that there would be a bit of code for example &pages=10 which you could manually change yourself. However in this forum it just says /index.cgi?action=recent so you have no chance to modify it there.
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