Big rims on old school classics is as common as church on Sundays in the South. The owner of this 1977 Chevrolet Monte Carlo shows that "big" is a relative term, opting for the 32" rims instead of the "standard" 22s or 24s. Obviously cars like this weren't made for wheels this size, so some serious lifting had to be done. We've driven heavily modded cars in our day, but nothing as serious as this baby blue beast.
You can't have rims like this and neglect the rest of the ride. The interior was made to match the paintjob (including the ostrich seats) and we're pretty sure there is some knock in the trunk. This is definitely a vehicle made for showing off, though we're not sure if we should love it or hate it.