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Old 11-28-2010, 04:59 AM
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Ever seen these wheels????

I have a friend who is looking for a pair of these rims/wheels. The car they are on now came from AZ or CA. Has anyone ever seen anything like these and if so where can a person buy some more, if you know.


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Old 11-29-2010, 03:42 PM
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Seen similer but not exact..Got any info stamped anywhere on them.



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Old 11-29-2010, 04:26 PM
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Cole,

He doesn't have them off of the car. Nothing on the outer side of the wheel. All he knows is that the car came out of CA or AZ, he wasn't sure which.

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are they E.T. brand?
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Looks like an insert, or hub cap I think I see a rim there ..
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do i see brake drum?
im looking at the lugnuts and it looks like those uni-lug oval shaped washers
wasnt that ET that had those?
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do i see brake drum?
im looking at the lugnuts and it looks like those uni-lug oval shaped washers
wasnt that ET that had those?
I don't know but it looks like they are sitting on a 9 inch ford rearend.


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Looks like an insert, or hub cap I think I see a rim there ..


Nope!!!! They are wheels not hubcaps. Almost looks like the older wheels from long ago. The center lugs are chevrolet. The outward ones are just nuts but I could not tell if they were actual lugs or just for ornamentation.
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I don't know but it looks like they are sitting on a 9 inch ford rearend.


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I don't think so. The vehicle is a 58 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery. Don't think they put a 9" ford under it.
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I don't think so. The vehicle is a 58 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery. Don't think they put a 9" ford under it.
That axle looks like a ford but maybe not. I was thinking those wheels remind me of some old keystone wheels i have been looking around but i haven't found any yet. Might even be a Inki wheel too don't know if i speeled that one correct or not.


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Wheels are E-T, made in the 80's, no longer made. The outer bolts on the spokes are fake, just decoration. Swap meets or Ebay are likely the only places to find one.
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