Ford Mopar 15x12 Drag Star Race Wheels W/ Pro Trac 50 Tires Rims Pair J6944 on 2040-parts.com
Keller, Texas, United States
This Listing Is For A Pair Of Drag Star Rims with Used Old Vintage White Letter Pro Trac 50 Racing Profile Size N50-15 In Good Shape Have some Marks. See Photos For More Details. Tread Looks Good. These Have Been Sitting Around For Sometime So They Have Some Weathering. A Gash In One Sidewall But It Still Holds Air As You Can See In Photos. Wheels Are 15x12 Drag Star Style 5 on 4.5 Bolt Pattern and a 4.75 back spacing. These Will Fit Mopar or Ford. Local Pickup Will Consider Shipping At Buyers Expense.
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