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Can anyone ID these wheels?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by James427, Apr 4, 2013.

  1. James427
    Joined: Apr 27, 2008
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    These are 19 inch split rim wire wheels..... Can anyone ID what make/model they are from?
     

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  2. early Cord/Dussie/Auburn from the 20's....
     
  3. James427
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    Would they have been the same wheels for all three makers??
     
  4. Crookshanks
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    I'm seeing a common denominator in some of your posts and very intrigued. Lets see the car!
     
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  5. Rooster619
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    gotta stop doing this to us lol the suspense is to much
     
  6. studebaker eric
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    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
     
  7. Cord , Dusenburg and Auburn were all made by the same company..In Indiana...
     
  8. F&J
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    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.
     
  9. The37Kid
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    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 [​IMG]
     
  10. F&J
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    hey Bob, they were ID'd as Pierce on the other thread about the engine ID
     
  11. The37Kid
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    OK, now I need to find the other thread. Bob
     
  12. weps
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    I am pretty sure the Auburn wheels were all 17 inch, 5 on 5" pattern. additionally, they wires were knock-off type.
     
  13. 66tintop
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    i am not playin this game , this knuckhead is just fuckin with you, better leave this alone !
     

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