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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
I was reading through the posts this morning and came accross one of your replies.

What are the type and make of the wheels on your stang?
Those are sweet. I am looking for new wheels and like the look of those.

Thanks

Jimbo65

65 I6 200 Coupe (Daily Driver)
 
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So now I know what they are,
Any suggestions on the best place to find em' ?

Jimbo65

65 I6 200 Coupe (Daily Driver)
 
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You'll have to wait for the Geezer to some along for that one. I'll make a post to his attention on our board later if he doesn't drop by.

John

[color:blue]'68 Coupe
250/C4, 221 Argentine Head
Breakaway Converter, 9", 3.50's/T-lock</font color=blue>
 
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Thank you. I am really interested, mine are really bad.
I really need new ones.



Jimbo65

65 I6 200 Coupe (Daily Driver)
 
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Jim, I guess you got most of the info allready!!! I bought them 2 years ago and they only cost me $375 mounted and balanced.

Most of the big tire chain stores should be able to get them for you; Discount tire, etc...

They are clearcoated aluminum and so far they are holding up quite well!!

There is so many topics going up over here I can't keep track of them all/forums/images/icons/wink.gif
Later,

Doug

[color:blue]66 Mustang Coupe 206ci</font color=blue>
[color:red]Six Packer Performance Freak</font color=red>
11.1 Compression/ 6,000 RPM/Clifford Cam & Valve Train
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