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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by hemisteve, Feb 15, 2008.

  1. The Magnum 500 caps should be Mopar- check your lug pattern to see if they're really Chevy... and there's always the chance that someone threw the caps on :)
     
  2. bowie
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    The Magnum 500 caps came on aftermarket wheels sold by Motor Wheel. Mopar caps have a gear looking sticker on them.
     
  3. Phillips
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    Thanks Nads - hope you find another pair of those 4 spoke Hollywoods - the 5 spokes are common compared to those!!
     
  4. Very common in the 80s.
     
  5. Centerline Indy Champs.

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  6. backyardbeliever
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    I believe thoes are actually called "Le mans" wheels made by American
     
  7. backyardbeliever
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    Is that the Magoo 32 W/Ferrerri V12

     
  8. Yes it's the Magoo Vicky
     
  9. AT Chassis Wheels
    I think only 5 sets were manufactured.

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  10. I really wanted a set of those in the 80s.
     
  11. Fenton Scorchers on my semi top-secret 60s radical kustom :eek:

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  12. i picked up 2 14" cragar s/x at an estate sale a couple years ago
     

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  13. brooksinc1976
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    I know it not real rare but they look all original and the spare tire looks original from the factory ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1384048390.140537.jpg
    1953 chevy.


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  14. monsterflake
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    WOW! i have never seen those before, and i thought i knew a little bit about wheels. totally awesome.
     
  15. mattrod68
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    felt the exact same way, we are small fish in a big pond!
     
  16. daddy_o's_diner
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    Wow, those Scorchers are cool!

    I'm on the prowl for a set of skinny magnesiums with a 5 on 5.5 Ford bolt pattern. If anyone has a set for sale, or has a lead on a set, please PM me. I have already posted in the WANTED section.

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  17. Phillips
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    x2 here! I love wheel threads, always something unexpected.

    They almost look like magnum 500s without the paint between the spokes, cool no matter what.
     
  18. dude...you're a big fish imho....I've always wanted a set of Apaches...and you got 'em in your avatar :cool:
     
  19. noboD
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    Cool. If they were VW bolt pattern they would be a dead ringer for Empi Sprint Stars.
     
  20. mattrod68
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    Close! Mine are Hollywood Stingrays. Slightly different design but really similar Same fins with different shaped spokes and centers.

    I've said it before, I have cars I'd sell before I got rid of these wheels. They are keepers!
     
  21. Got no pics , but I have two Fenton auto gyros, and one General Jumbo hanging on the wall....
     
  22. thunderkiss65
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    Early 60s E-T Vs, 15x6.

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    I love these old Medallions, would really like to get some 15's as I had a set years ago and foolishly sold them off.

    Steve
     
  24. carmuts
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    7.50 X 17" Ford truck wheels for 38-41 1 ton.
     

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  25. Hemiaaron
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    15 x 5 1/2" Halibrand magnesium Sebrings. 5 on 4 3/4" pattern
     

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  26. w2zero
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    I have the Hollywood Barela in 15 X 5-1/2 on mine. Never saw the knockoffs before wading through this thread.

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  27. hemi rodder
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    my 15'' radir wheels on the roadster
     

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  28. wheelguy
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    CRESTLINE MARK 11, 15 x 8 1/2, OUTER FRONT BEAD LIP MOWED OFF TO MATCH FRONT 15 x 4 CRESTLINES....GOODRICH 33 x 12:50 x 15 TIRES WITH SMOOTH SIDEWALLS. ONE OF 3 SETS OF WHEELS FOR THE WILLYS, ITS A SICKNESS !!!!!!!!!
     

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  29. ssaza25
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    I have a pair of Harris 5 spoke magnesium rims. They are 15 by 10's. I have never seen a set like this. The rims are "D" spokes. Has about a 6" back spacing with 5 on 4 3/4 bolt pattern.I was thinking that they may have been used for road racing? With the "D" spoke design to clear early corvette calipers? If anyone knows any history about these rims, Please contact me or post reply. Thanks
     

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  30. Phillips
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    Dang, I pretend to know a lot about wheels, and there's always something to learn! What's the story on how you obtained them?
     

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