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Can anyone tell me what these rims belong on? Possible early Cuda?
Those look like Motor Wheel Spyders. Aftermarket from back in the day. I've seen nice examples with pretty hefty price tags. Size, lug pattern, backspace will tell you what they'll fit. https://www.hemmings.com/blog/article/motor-wheels-spyder/
Thank you for the information, very helpful.
definitely not stock for an early Barracuda
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My favorite aftermarket wheel of all time! Be aware they take special lug nuts- hybrid shank and cone seat.
Love the ad....
This article has some nice pictures of Spyders on a Daytona. Great looking wheels. The dummy who wrote the article confused them with OEM Styled Steel Road Wheels. Chevy guy writing about Mopars, SMH. https://www.hotrod.com/articles/day...tona-still-wears-1970s-psychedelic-paint/amp/
I know of a guy that had some of these special lug nuts made. I heard they were pricey , but if ya need them.. Frank
There's a ebay seller for $85 plus shipping. ...or you can machine down some ET nuts that have the same profile but a longer shank. (note that you are removing the protective chrome plating from the end that contacts the drum/hub)
Thank you every one who responded. I am new and have received nothing but support, learning a lot. I appreciate all the support and feedback. Even the little jokes that roll in!
Are you interested in purchasing the rims?
If you own them and want to sell them you need to start a sale thread.
I have a set of 14x6. I'm looking for a pair of 15x7.
The ones pictured look like large bolt pattern. Did they make small bolt ones?
From the Hemmings article: "A variety of diameters (14- or 15-inch), widths (up to 8 inches wide) and lug spacings (GM, Ford/Studebaker, drum-brake A-body Mopar) were available..." It looks as if they were available in small bolt pattern, but I've never seen them.
These are often confused with the recalled Kelsey-Hayes W23 wheels from 1969. They are both an acquired taste IMHO. https://www.hemmings.com/blog/article/total-recall/