Forgeline Motorsports has unveiled three new retro style designs to expand their large line of wheels.
The company’s new retro designs include:
The JO3C, a five-spoke wheel inspired by the vintage Chevrolet SS design of the late ’60s and early ’70s. It was originally developed for country singer James Otto’s personal pro-touring Chevelle. It is offered in 18-, 19- and 20-inch sizes.
The NT3C, a lightweight, open-lug design inspired by five-spoke designs popularized in the ’80s. Forgeline worked with Neil Tjin, of Tjin Edition RoadShow, to create the bronze wheel, which is shown on Tjin’s customized Ford Mustang in the Ford Motor Company display.
The LS3C, a three-piece design that updates Forgeline’s classic LS mesh wheel from the Nineties. The latest materials, engineering and machining technologies modernize the design, while retaining the classic style that was popular on Porsches, BMWs and other European sports cars.
Like other Forgeline wheels these new models are available with virtually unlimited backspacing and color options, ensuring a custom fit and appearance for every vehicle.
“Forgeline Motorsports created these retro themed styles to provide homage to the classic wheels of the past, utilizing today’s materials and manufacturing that make them lighter and stronger,” explained David Schardt, Forgeline Motorsports president. “And with our sizing, color and powder coating capabilities, there are no compromises when it comes to selecting a wheel-and-tire combination. You’ll get the right fit and stance.”
Learn more about all Forgeline products at www.forgeline.com