Oe Plymouth,dodge 15" X 7" Rally Rims Cuda,challenger,charger,roadrunner,2944390 on 2040-parts.com
Homer Glen, Illinois, United States
Number of Bolts:5
This is a Set of 4 Original Mopar Rally Wheels no reproduction anything. We have 4 wheels,4 Trim Rings and 4 Centers, all Vintage Mopar.
For those who are into dates We have 2 pairs of matched dates. 2 Wheels are dated 2-19-70 and 2 are dated 9-26-69. They came on the same car when I received them.
I included a picture of 1 trim ring that has 2 very small dents from aggressive install. They are hardly noticeable, only at the exact angle can they be seen. I'm sure a Stainless guy can push them out. Other than those 2 small spots the rest of the rings are really nice, with a little polish they are show quality. The centers are all very nice.
Hard to find a nicer set of Rally Wheels . I hate to part with them replacing them would be tough at best.
Question Call Greg 708-301-7595
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Wed, 15 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700
What happens when BMW and legendary Italian coachbuilder Pininfarina get together? The BMW Grand Lusso Concept. These teaser images show the handsome two-door coupe (complete with provocative V12 badging) that would give BMW something to take on the Bentley Continental GT and forthcoming Mercedes S-class Coupe. What could be better than German quality and Italian design flair?
Mon, 26 Oct 2009 00:00:00 -0700
VW wants to buy Karmann
Just like all the other specialist coachbuilders out there – Zagato, Pininfarina, etc – life has not been a bed of roses for a long time for Karmann. Once a great way for wealthy owners to ‘Customise’ their cars, the specialist coachbuilders have relied more and more on relationships with big car makers to survive. None more so than Karmann, whose hopes for survival rested on VW divvying up an order for electric cars.
Mon, 02 Dec 2013 00:00:00 -0800
If you missed out on Volvo's ‘Emotion of Design' Google Hangout, which was broadcast on Volvo's YouTube channel on 28 November, you can relive it here. The Hangout, which featured Volvo's exterior design chief Maximilian Missoni, neuropsychologist Dr David Lewis and Wallpaper magazine's automotive correspondent Jonathan Bell, discussed the results of the Swedish carmaker's experiment to measure the emotional response to the Volvo Concept Coupé – among other things – using an electroencephalographic (EEG) machine. Participants were asked to rate a series of images while wearing an EEG headset measuring brainwave activity, with results showing that car design and emotions were inexorably linked.