When it comes to making your classic car stand out from the rest, the wheels are one of the most important elements. When you find that barn find post war Chrysler, Imperial, Dodge, Plymouth, Packard, Thunderbird or Cadillac, the wheels are usually pitted, chipped and just plain nasty.

There is one place that assembles true to spec wire wheels for your specialty collector car. In a modest 20,000 square foot facility in Southern California, Wheelsmith craftsmen work diligently to assure your wheels are true not only in design but roundness as well. The Southern California workshop is focused on building, lacing, truing and sealing classic wire wheels with extreme attention to detail. The shop builds wheels for some of the most recognized brand names in the industry. They also create custom designs for many of today’s celebrity builders.

“Resto-mods” are popular today by adding bigger brakes and stiffer suspension to classic cars. Wheelsmith not only makes wheels in the original 14” and 15” sizes but also up to 18 inches to fit those larger disc brake set ups. Imagine how cool your Cadillac, Packard, or classic Mopar would look with 56 spoke original style wheels in a much larger diameter.

Take a look at TheWheelsmith.net to see their entire line up from Artillery to specialty wire wheels. We offer a complete line of caps, centers and beauty trim rings as well.