I figured if I'd stuck a set of mags on it, it would have looked like any other sort of kit car. What I was after is for the car to look like it was a period piece (chassis = 1956, body = 1969), and wire wheels was the best way to preserve that. They are Dayton 15x6" with 215x60 - 15 Yokos.
I pondered having a chin spoiler - even modified an existing one I had to suit the nose profile, but the first time I trial fitted it, it looked like a damned Datsun 240Z, so I left it off. The car looks pretty aerodynamic but I was concerned about lift at higher speeds. Not that I drive fast all the time (it is dead solid to slightly over 100 mph and I'll probably be good and not run it out to 140 any time soon).
I often take my old Lamborghini down to a Father's Day show locally. One year I took the Jamaican and parked it beside all the exotica and said nothing. It fit right in and several owners thought it was an Italian car.
Pretty crafty designers - Corvette windshield, Karmann Ghia side windows, Porsche 911 rear window (anyone know if they were available heated - would be nice in rainy weather).
1957 Jamaican MGA
1958 MGA Twincam
1962 MGA Coupe
1971 Jensen Interceptor
2007 BMW Z4M coupe
2009 Pontiac Solstice GXP Coupe
1965 Jensen CV8
1969 MGC roadster,
1969 Lamborghini Islero S
1988 Pontiac Fiero GT
Bill in BC