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Old 03-05-2007, 08:18 PM
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Wheels that fit a 1956 Ford Car.

I think they are 5X4.5 .What other cars had this bolt pattern.I just want to get my car on the road.None of my wheels match.
If you guys could think of any other wheels that might fit I would appreciate it.

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Old 03-05-2007, 11:45 PM
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5 X 4 1/2 bolt pattern wheels

American Motors All cars (except Encore ,Alliance) 58-85, Eagle, Jeep Cherokee, Chief 79-85


Chysler & Desoto All full size RWD cars (except Imperial 1971-74) 49-86
Dodge All fullsize cars and pickups 49-86, Dart ,Demon , Swinger 73-80, Plymouth All fullsize cars and pickups 49-86, Barracuda , Cuda 70-74, Duster ,Valiant ,Scamp 73-80

Ford Galaxie ,LTD ,XL 60-72, Fairlane ,Falcon (V-8) 68-71, Thunderbird 55-71 & 77-79, Mustang (V-8) 65-73, Mustang SVO 85-86, Ranchero , Ranger 68-84, Lincoln All except Versailles 70-72 & 80-86, Mercury Marauder, Grand Marquis, Meteor, Montclair, Park Lane 52-54 & 61-72 & 79-85
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I'd go for 80s- 90s Crown Vic or TownCar.
They bolt right on, are 15", will clear any future disc brakes conversions, etc.,
and they can be black steel or mag.

Around this part of the world from the salvage yard, you can buy 4 Lincoln mag wheels with caps and nuts with 4 new tires already mounted for $ 120.
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Must be noted that some of the Dart/Valiant wheels are 4-1/4 bolt pattern
So, be careful with that one.

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Thanks for the replies,that,s what I wanted to know.
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I found some.

http://i77.photobucket.com/albums/j4...6wheels007.jpg

Well,I found three that match.

http://i77.photobucket.com/albums/j4...6wheels003.jpg


My fuel system.

http://i77.photobucket.com/albums/j4...6wheels009.jpg
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