They may not produce a different exhaust note, give your engine a different lope or beckon onlookers from across a parking lot with a unique shade, but your wheels make a huge aesthetic statement. That’s why it’s important to find ones with just the right fit, shine, details and features. And if the 1969 Tenacity Camaro built by East Bay Muscle Cars that features hoops from Forgeline isn’t proof of what good wheel choice can do, we don’t know what is.
- Derived From the GA3R Racing Wheel
- 3-Piece Performance Wheel
- Stepped-Lip Design
- I-Beamed Spoke Technology
- Hidden ARP Fasteners
- Generous Brake Clearance
- Forged 6061-T6 Aluminum
- Heat-Treated Rim Shells
- Includes Standard Aluminum Center Cap
- Customizable Fitment and Finish Options
With features like these, as well as an Art Morrison max-G frame, C6 Corvette forged aluminum front A-arms, a 3-link rear with TMI watts linkage, Strange Engineering adjustable shocks, and Baer brakes, you know that Tenacity was built to be driven. And helping accomplish this noble goal is a set of Forgeline GA3 wheels.
The GA3 wheels from Forgeline are a street version of the company’s highly advanced GA3Rs. These wheels feature Forgeline’s new I-beamed spoke technology that gives added strength and rigidity to the wheel’s spokes while reducing the overall weight.
Just like all Forgelines, the GA3 Series wheels also feature 6061-T6 aluminum construction, heat-treated rim-shells and plenty of customizable options.
Tenacity sports 19×10-inch GA3s in the front and 20×12-inch GA3s in the rear with a titanium center finish and brushed nickel outers. Also available in silver, satin black, brushed finish, matte black with matte bronze rim shells, and gunmetal powder coat, the Forgeline GA3s provide exquisite looks with high performance durability for any street machine.
Be sure to stay tuned as we dive deeper into Tenacity’s story in the near future, because this Camaro is just too good to only take a brief look at.