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Help Identifying Wheels
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I just purchased a car and plan to replace the wheels with 500's.  I would like to know what i have to accurately and honestly describe the wheels when i sell them.  The center caps are American Racing.  I tried doing a reverse image search on just the wheel.  That was fruitless.  Is anyone familiar with the wheels on this car?  I tried searching the web as well.  They are in amazing condition.  
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Those are Billet wheels (you may have 14") but this sale was same wheel with tires https://www.mautofied.com/15-BILLET-AMER...100623638/
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#3
Man- those look like some sort of 1990's Boyd Coddington directional billet wheels.
Might be worth looking to see if Coddington licensed with American Racing at some point.


Not my style of wheels, but someone will want them since they are so clean. Really need to put them on something with some neon graphics, maybe a pickup with a bunch of Lund accessories.
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#4
Pull a wheel and look on the backside. Usually the manufacturer will cast/stamp the make and model somewhere in there. Good decision to get rid of them, they went out of style about two weeks after they were made.


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