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Oe Plymouth,dodge 15" X 7" Rally Rims Cuda,challenger,charger,roadrunner,2944390 on 2040-parts.com

US $1,299.00
Location:

Homer Glen, Illinois, United States

Homer Glen, Illinois, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Mopar Rim Diameter:15 Rim Material:Steel Number of Bolts:5 Rim Width:7

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.

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