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How do Vintage 45's hold up on a daily driver? With no coating on the spokes or machined areas, it seems that they would require a lot of maintenance.

I think that I may powdercoat mine clear.

Keith

64 1/2 coupe built around April 30, 1964
was a 260 3-speed becoming a 5.0 5-speed.
 
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I was thinking about a set of Vintage 48's myself. What's this about there being no coating on the wheel? Not even a clearcoat?

John

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250/C4, 221 Argentine Head
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There is no protective coating per the guys at Vintage wheels works.

Keith

64 1/2 coupe built around April 30, 1964
was a 260 3-speed becoming a 5.0 5-speed.
 
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