Dec 13th, 00, 04:56 PM
i have been looking for a set of rims that I have seen on cars in pictures but do not know who makes them or sells them. the best way i can describe them is they look to be chrome and hove a flat sheet of chrome with what looks to be bolts in a circle??? if any one might know what im talking about or have suggestions to what i should buy please help
Dec 14th, 00, 12:45 AM
They sound like maybe Centerline Classic style wheels to me. Tough to guess with the description though. Maybe more details would help. Try doing an internet search for Centerline Wheels.
Dec 14th, 00, 01:48 AM
Sounds like the Cragar SST's I used to have. Maybe? Go to http://www.jegs.com/ and type cragar into the "keyword search".
Dec 14th, 00, 11:45 AM
If the wheel is a Centerline, the model name is "auto-drag". These wheels are not chromed, they are polished aluminum and looks great when clean. I used to have a set on a car.
Weren't the Cragars steel?
Pearl blue & white 69 Camaro with supercharged 350, Tremec TKO, and 3.73 12-bolt
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[This message has been edited by gheatly (edited 12-14-2000).]
Dec 14th, 00, 03:26 PM
Gheatly, the Cragagrs I had were chromed steel. They were also a "unilug design- oval shaped bolt holes. They were decent wheels for the price.
Dec 14th, 00, 04:50 PM
thanks for your help, i found them at jegs.com, centerline auto-drag street series. thanks again
here is where they were http://www.jegs.com/cgi-bin/ncommerce3/ProductDisplay?prrfnbr=27250&prmenbr=76&path=76%202541%202548
Dec 15th, 00, 04:33 AM
I had Centerlines on my 69. I really like the look myself. I guess your description was good enough...