So I'm looking around for some wheels to replace the stock alloys on my '90 GT-S. The Watanabes, Volk TE37 / Rota Grids, and steelies that everyone runs are nice looking. Especially the Watanabes. But that's the problem with them, they look so right on these cars that almost everyone uses them. They're kinda played out.
So I want something different but still fitting for this style.
I really dig the Vectors from American Racing
Current production is only available in 15" diameter, which I think should be fine for the AE92. Would have preferred a 14" but those haven't been made in awhile and can be tough to find with the correct bolt pattern.
AR doesn't make a 4x100 bolt pattern in the 15", but they do make blanks so I can have it drilled to fit my car.
I think their style fits the AE92 well, and the fact that they are typically only associated with American muscle cars and the drilling work needed to fit them to the Corolla, it should be a pretty unique choice.
What are your guy's thoughts on these? You think 15" might be too big for this body style with a moderate, DD-capable drop? Not typically a fan of huge blingy wheels.