You already have magnum style, get an aftermarket look you like instead. Torque thrust are timeless on those and look great, maybe centerlines?Only deterioration I saw was the paint on the steering column is starting to flake off, one of the power windows didn't want to work, and the chrome on the console top plates has gotten a lot worse...it was in OK shape when I sold it but I had used the best pieces I could find at the time. Once it's home I'll go through the car front to back and replace all the hoses, seals, and service every system on the car to get it ready for cruising again.
I had forgotten and was actually surprised that I had only opted for 14x6 Chrome magnum 500's...I was sure I had put 15" on it, they were brand new reproduction rims back when I put them on. I like 15" rims so not sure what I'm going to do yet...just replace the old 14" Goodyear Eagle St's, or maybe look at a 15" chrome mag 500 with new tires?
In Saskatchewan, if you can show proof of prior Saskatchewan registration you don’t need to pay tax. If you have proof that the car was registered in your name, you just registered it and carry on.After thinking about it I will most likely just get a new set of 14" RWL tires for the 14" chrome magnum rims for now, I'm going to be stretched pretty thin once I pay for transport, taxes, inspection and registration...probably another $10K for all that. So the new rims and tires might have to wait a year or two. ;) But to be honest I've never been a big fan of aftermarket rims, if I was to put a different rim on the car I would probably lean towards black steel rims with the correct 68 Dodge poverty caps with RWL tires.
In Saskatchewan, if you can show proof of prior Saskatchewan registration you don’t need to pay tax. If you have proof that the car was registered in your name, you just registered it and carry on.
When we bought our car from the Alberta owner, we paid sales tax and because it was over 25 years old, no inspection was necessary. Just licensed it and drove on.