General opinion has it that Street Hemis were always fitted with 15-inch wheels. That’s not always true, as numerous period photos and unrestored Hemi cars prove. This 14x5.5-styled steel wheel (aka Road Wheel) was probably original equipment and hides the standard-issue 11x3-inch front drum brake. Coupled with 11x21⁄2-inch rear drums, Mopars had the biggest—and best—standard brakes in the muscle-car business. Eleven-inch B41 front disc brakes were a $45 option and were combined with smaller 10x21⁄2-inch rear drums to achieve proper front/rear brake balance when ordered.