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If a '60s Chevy came from the factory with rallye wheels, was the spare also a rallye rim?
 

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I had a 67 Z28, a 68 Z28 and a 69 Z28 RS and all had the Rally rim in the trunk as a spare.

YES............I wish I still had them......... :eek:


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It may have been an option. My first ex had a 75 MontrCarlo that she got from the original little old lady owner. The original spare had never been out of the trunk and it was not a rally wheel like the ones on the car.
 

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Well, that's a vote each way...and a little levity from Ghetto.

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Some of the late 60s came with those 1st generation "space saver" spares, that had an inflation cylinders with them. What a pile those were, but are rare today. If you ordered ralley wheels and didn't want the space saver, you got a bare ralley wheel (no caps, rings)
 

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MI2600 said:
Well, that's a vote each way...and a little levity from Ghetto.

Other info/thoughts?



My 69 Chevelle SS 396 had the spare tire
with the really wheel. Man... what I would give to still have that car.
 
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