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Old 02-13-2020, 09:45 AM
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Help identifying these rims?

These rims are on my 96 mustang, since the rims are made by Boyd Coddington I felt this was a good site to fold help identifying them. At first I thought they were the Junkyard Dogs but the tires inflation nozzle on my rims are on the inside, instead of around the edge. The rims I have also have a different hubcap with what looks like Coddington’s signature instead of his name in a fancy font. Any help is appreciated thank you.
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The whole custom wheel thing is SOOOOOO difficult these days! I hope you can find what you need. There was a time when you could buy one custom wheel for a customers car in the shop. Today, OMG there are tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands of different wheels out there, many are made in short runs never to be made again. This makes finding used ones as hard as new replacements.

Good luck with that.

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I'm not sure about Coddington wheels, but my American Wheels have the part number cast into the backside.
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I'm not sure about Coddington wheels, but my American Wheels have the part number cast into the backside.
I’ll take a look at that when I can, thank you.
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Trouble with Coddington is that he was a scumbag as a businessman....he started at least two, maybe even three or more, different wheel companies over the years.
He'd partner up with someone, bleed out that persons funds while living the high life off the wheel sales, then file bankruptcy and leave the partners and investors hanging and suppliers of materials and tooling out of luck to ever getting paid.

Did wheel businesses in his name, his wife's name, even a kids name on the document IIRC, all with "Coddington" featured in the name.

This many wheel companies with his name on them makes your search a lot harder.
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