1968 Plymouth Sport Satellite B-5 Blue Running 11.75" disc brake rotors with Wilwood forged dynalites. Current 15x7 steel wheels fit fine. Street use car with big block. Live in a city area with some roads that have bumps and the occasional pot hole. Looking to get new Aluminum wheels for the car. Absolutely do not want Cragar SS, Magnum 500's or any of the Torque Thrust series because I see so many cars with them. They look pretty good, but I just want something different. Not too partial to Weld Draglites either, although they look good. About a year ago before my paint and interior were done I settled on Centerline. Problem is, I'm having a heck of a time deciding which wheels to buy. One week I am leaning one way, then the next week I'm leaning the other. It's driving me crazy! So out of the Centerline and Weld wheels shown below, what are the pros and cons of each? Am really hoping to hear from people running these wheels and their experiences. I've heard all of the wheels below are forged, but on reading some descriptions from Summit and Centerline, I'm wondering if "forged" actually only means the center sections and that the main wheel body is cast. I'm not sure. Weld Prostars - Love the look of these wheels and would get them if I hadn't heard that you have to grind front disc calipers to fit and I hear they also have a loose inner ring thing that's kind of troublesome to mount on and off. Load rating is 1200lb ea. Lugs are shank style with washer. Centerline Convo Pro - Love the look of these wheels when new. Have seen many that are older though that have faded and look terrible. The center section is as-machined and not polished. Lots of rivets makes tough to polish. Fit over disc brakes is supposed to be no problem. Load rating is over 1500-lb ea. Lugs are shank style with washer. Centerline Eliminator - Like the look of these wheels but have yet to see them on a car. Can't find any photos. Load rating is 1375-lbs ea. Not sure if they will fit over my front discs. Lugs are shank style with washer. Centerline Telstar - Have mixed feelings on these wheels. These are conical lug mount. Not sure if they'll fit over front discs. Load rating is the highest at 1625-lb ea. High polish finish. Have seen these on a member's car and some days I like the look, other days I don't. Centerline Dicer Series Telstar II - These are a fairly new offering from Centerline. Finish is polished, but not high silver polish. It looks a bit off-silver color, with a darker metal look. The pattern looks very similar to Weld Prostars, but load rating is only 1125-lb ea. This is borderline for my car I think. Anyone with photos of a Telstar 2 or Centerline Eliminator on their car, please post photos!