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Classic Rallye Wheels?

Does anyone make the classic Mopar Rallye looking wheels in 18"+?
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The only one that I know of is from Chip Foose, it's suppose to be an adaptation of the rallye rim. Comes in 20", not sure about other sizes.

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The only one that I know of is from Chip Foose, it's suppose to be an adaptation of the rallye rim. Comes in 20", not sure about other sizes.

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Yes, Foose makes a couple variations and I have enclosed a pic FYI
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Those are nice wheels, a little too nice being out of my price range.
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Nobody can come close due to the brakes on our cars, and 20" distorts the whole look. Too bad...


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Matter of opinion, but those do not look good in our sizes. Rallye wheels need to be a smaller diameter, and steel with beauty rings.

That way the chrome ring reflects the the D-shape opening and looks like a full circle.
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Matter of opinion, but those do not look good in our sizes. Rallye wheels need to be a smaller diameter, and steel with beauty rings.

That way the chrome ring reflects the the D-shape opening and looks like a full circle.

They do look a little funky but they were as close as I could get to matching my '71.
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There is a company out there that makes great looking 20 inch versions of the snowflake and honeycomb wheels for the 70's Firebirds and Trans-ams...look really nice. These not so much...they are great looking wheels but don't really capture the rally II look.


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