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Three 1929 Graham Paige Car 19"wire Spoke Wheels Antique Vintage on 2040-parts.com

US $199.95
Location:

Mariposa, California, US

Mariposa, California, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Rim Material:Steel Rim Diameter:19 Number of Bolts:6

 Hello:  Three 19" 6 lug spoke wheels 1929 Graham Paige. As found other than some cleaning and two of them had rotten tires on them, so I took them off.  Two of  them have snap rings and Hub Caps. The two Hub caps have some splits and not to good, but maybe fixable. The 2 Wheels that had the tires on them have some rust and pits on the outside Rim surface (as shown in pictures), but should be restorable. The 3rd. Rim is pretty fair  condition. I done some research on these wheels and I'm pretty sure their 1929 Graham Paige only. If I'm wrong please let me know and if any questions please feel free to email or call 209 966-2438. Local Pick Up is an option.  Please check all pictures as they are part of the description. Sold as is. No returns. USA Bidders only.  Thank you  Glenn

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