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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by James427, Apr 4, 2013.
These are 19 inch split rim wire wheels..... Can anyone ID what make/model they are from?
early Cord/Dussie/Auburn from the 20's....
Would they have been the same wheels for all three makers??
I'm seeing a common denominator in some of your posts and very intrigued. Lets see the car!
gotta stop doing this to us lol the suspense is to much
I can't see the lug nuts. My 31 buick had 19 inch wires, split, but ran a 6 bolt pattern. The wheels look very similar
Cord , Dusenburg and Auburn were all made by the same company..In Indiana...
That is true as well as false.. ... depending on what year you are talking about.
Auburn and Duesenberg were different, unrelated companies until E.L.Cord bought them up.
Are they Ford bolt pattern? May be Chrysler 1930-32 era. There were two less the lock rings at a local swap last week. Send me a PM if you want me to see about picking them up if you need them. Bob
hey Bob, they were ID'd as Pierce on the other thread about the engine ID
OK, now I need to find the other thread. Bob
I am pretty sure the Auburn wheels were all 17 inch, 5 on 5" pattern. additionally, they wires were knock-off type.
i am not playin this game , this knuckhead is just fuckin with you, better leave this alone !
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