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Hot Rods Anybody recognise these wheels?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Ed Wrath, Jan 29, 2019.

  1. Ed Wrath
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    They are 16" x 6" and are 5 on 5.5" stud pattern. 50840549_10215894716594385_4170260549738692608_n.jpg 50866819_10215894717714413_5034711301759172608_n.jpg 50988157_10215894717354404_8018952946655952896_n.jpg
     
  2. carcruse
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    What are those numbers on it? Also are there any stamped numbers?
     
  3. fordpatina
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    Maybe replacement for 1942-48 lincoln
     
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  4. redo32
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    Hard to see, but the '39 wheel has the hub cap clips
     
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  5. Ed Wrath
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    Thanks, but construction looks different, there are no slots on this wheel...
     
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  6. redo32
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    Your right. Through the dirt and fuzzy picture I didn't see them. Was too excited that I thought I found it. My original thought was Jeep wheels, but didn't find conclusive pictures.
     
  7. They look like aftermarket wheels from a '50s 4WD conversion. They're too wide to be out of the '40s...
     
  8. 302GMC
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    Siebert or Stageway bus conversion ???
     
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  9. Early 50's late 40's Old's? A buddy of mine has a 31' Chrysler coupe, someone put an early 50's maybe late 40's Old's rearend in it and reversed the rims. They sure look the same as the pics you have?
     
  10. Ed Wrath
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    Thanks for the replies guys. For now the mystery goes on...
     
  11. Lincoln's.........
     
  12. rumblegutz
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    I just came across this thread. I believe I may have a single wheel that matches. I bought it years ago. It took me some time to track down what it is/was. It may take me a bit to dig that info up to confirm it is the same as yours and the info I found because I had it on an older computer. I believe I saved the file. I will get back to you.
     

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