Yesterday, you all teed-off on the most attractive stock wheels and introduced us to some fine wheels. But what about the opposite? What are the least attractive stock wheels?
The first generation Viper has a curvaceous and powerful visage that remains attractive more than 15 years later. In many ways, the original Viper is still the most attractive of the short-lived nameplate. Yet, as impressive and timeless as the car was, the wheels were dated the moment they debuted. It's rare a vehicle can pull the three-spoke look off (we're looking at you Saab) and the sharp angles of the wheels, rather than contrast with the round shape, merely draw your eyes away. Another car to carry a similar design is the mid-90s Pontiac Grand Am and, honestly, they look better on the Pontiac.
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