As it has always been in the performance car world, the right set of wheels can make or break a car’s look. It all comes down to the wheels. We spend weeks, maybe months, picking out just the right set, size, and offset to give our car the proper visual appeal.
Forgeline Motorsports has a new design it debuted at the most recent Goodguys 18th Annual PPG Nationals in July. The GA3C is a natural progression from Forgeline’s previous designs, and draws its aesthetic clues from many of the company’s existing successful applications. Specifically, Forgeline’s GA3C draws a few styling cues from its GA1R, a race-bred, one-piece design.
The GA3C brings a concave design that is all the rage right now. The new wheel combines race-bred styling and I-beamed spoke technology with a three-piece modular construction. Like all concave wheels, the GA3C’s pad is located inboard of the outer shell to give the wheel the depth and scale everyone looks for in concave wheel design. The GA3C is available in a deep and shallow concave, which is ideal for staggered wheel fitments where you need a shallow concave up front, but the rear allows for a deeper concave shape.
Forgeline’s GA3C is a made-to-order design built from forged 6061-T6 aluminum centers with heat-treated rim shells. Since it is a made-to-order design, it’s fully-customizable from a fitment and finish standpoint. The GA3C is at home on any late-model muscle car, exotic, restomod, or pro-touring car.