Having had both on the same car the Firestone Firehawks are a better tire look good and get better reviews than the BFG and are usually slightly cheaper. That said BFG makes more sizes and it looks like you have 14" Olds ralleys. If you want a muscle car look you can do the BFGs in a 25.4" tall 205/70/14 up front with a 25.6" tall 245/60/14 in the rear. http://www.Tirerack.com
has an average price of $103.50 per tire. They look bad arse on a black Cutty adds to the attitude. Wider than the ideal on the rear rim but keep the air pressure right and you won't have any problems with wear etc. If you know someone who has a Sam's Club membership you can usually get them there cheaper after you add the shipping price in at Tirerack. Plus you can get them mounted and balanced at Sams club cheap.
Awe man you gotta lose the hood ornament. Its a carryover from grandpas 70s boat.
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In the muscle car era if it had a small block it was your moms car.
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