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15 X 8 Chevy Truck Rally Wheels 1965-87 With 5 Lug On 5 Inch Bp Oem Rings & Caps on

US $400.00

Upper Marlboro, Maryland, United States

Upper Marlboro, Maryland, United States
These are used wheels that we have restored by hand. The center caps are brand new. The trim rings are used but in fair to good condition.
Rim Material:Steel Model:Rally Wheel Rim Diameter:15 Rim Width:8 Manufacturer Part Number:AG Make:O.E.M. Number of Bolts:5

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