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It’s worth whatever the prospective buyer is willing to pay for it.
Condition will be the deciding factor.
 

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Almost looks too good to be original, usually the grain is worn smooth, that's one of the nicest wheels I've seen. Even if it is a repro I'd have to give a range of 600-1200.......
 

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Looks like it was redone at some point. Color seems to be off as well
 

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Looks restored to me. Whenever I do something "different" with one of my cars, whether it's a different wheel/tire package, or something under the hood, whatever... I always keep the original parts that come off. Because I almost ALWAYS change my mind in a year or two, and put the stock stuff back on LOL.. Or I'll switch back and forth for variety.

I've got a set of Rally I wheels and a set of Rally II's for my 1967 GTO. Every time I swap 'em, it's like I bought another GTO. LOL..
 
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