There is an old saying that "the shoes make the man" and this phrase could as easily be applied to wheels on a car. Some cars are totally destroyed by the owner's tragic choice in rolling stock, others are lifted from blah to sublime. The subject for today's Coffee Brake feature is: Show us your favorite wheels (link to a pic or car, or car ad).
Here at DT you'll find us drooling over random cheap Saabs, none-so-much as those equipped with the Saab factory Inca alloys. The Inca was the standard Saab 99 Turbo wheel and was known for being very light, but also very soft. It came factory installed on 99 Turbos from 1978 and later the 900 Turbo 3-doors in 1979-80.
Here is a 1977 Saab 99 GL offered for $7,500 on ebay (in Charlottesville, VA) wearing the sweet Inca wheels.
What would you pick? Comment below.
Creative commons photo credit: vincrosbie on flickr.