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Technical Early mag wheel id

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Torana68, Mar 17, 2019.

  1. Torana68
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    Guys,
    This is located down here in Oz, 15” As per photo, might be a local wheel but I thought I’d ask here before I dig around locally , any ideas?
     
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  2. DAMN looks like a early HURST Wheel but the rivets are killing it
     
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  3. Is that also a 14 inch wheel?
     
  4. DOH read the OG post dum ass
     

  5. Torana68
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    Could be a copy, waiting for a photo from the back.
     
  6. mgtstumpy
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    Tasman mags were similar from memory however I don't recall them having those bolts in the spokes?

    Sent from my SM-G950F using The H.A.M.B. mobile app
     
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  7. Torana68
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    No, not sure those bolt things aren’t a result of some agricultural engineering.
     
  8. hotcargo
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    maybe early 60's C and D's from Bankstown , Sydney
     
  9. Torana68
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    I don’t have and good picks of G&D but it could be
     
  10. Similar to what Dave Gale used. I think he had them on his A Sport Coupe :cool: as well but i can,t find a pic of the car standing still :D. I remember similar wheels on the early Bolwell,s as well.
    Dave Gale Dragster & trailer.jpg Dave Gale Baroness.jpg Bolwell Mk7.jpg
     
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  11. Torana68
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    Swade41 those would polish up beautifully!
    34 GAZ. A lot here are going to wonder about the Nagari....... Dave Gales Sports Coupe was a favourite of mine, wheels look similar, no rear photo from the seller so I dunno if these have been screwed with or just an early version
     
  12. The ones you posted look to be an aluminum center riveted to a steel hoop
     
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  13. Torana68
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    Had to get the magazine collection out, Australian wheel attached with rivets or bolts , pre dates the cast in steel/ weld in style. Could be similar to the type in the photo where you bought the centre seperate from your Speed Shop, if there is no steel inside I guess you had to bolt them in , think I’ll keep looking for weld in centres.
     
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