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These came on a 68 327/210hp powerglide coupe. I'm going to Super Chevy this weekend and would like to sell them. They're in good condition. Any thoughts on a reasonable asking price for a set of four?

'68 w/ ps, pb, ac, tic-toc-tac, console gauges, fold-down rear seat, 383ci, 700R4, 8.5" 3.42 posi - restification in progress
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Those look like 69 hubcaps and the one pictured looks nice. It's hard to say what they would go for. I guess it depends on demand for full size wheel covers, which I would think would be low. You would get your best price on eBay. You need to figure out what you would be willing to let them go for. Would you sell them for $100?? What would you be happy with, I guess that's what counts. [img]graemlins/thumbsup.gif[/img]

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I'd be happy with anything between $100 and $125.
I'm not 100% sure but these caps were on the car when the original owner bought them. I have a picture of the original owner standing by the car (supposedly when it was new) with those hubcaps. The boxes the cap is setting on were for the trim rings that he bought when he installed the rallye wheels.

Thanks for the quick response.

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You may want to pack them up and keep them in case somebody, you or another might want to do a concurs stock rebuild on it ! You know one of the 100 point cars they all brag about at the resto shows sorta thing.

I still have my OEM blue steel wheels and dog-dish h/c's just b/c of this.

But, I know a C-note spends real good..

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I hear ya but the truth is I like to drive my cars. If I had a 100 point car, I'd be afraid to take it out. I went back and forth on whether or not to sell them (I think they're kind of cool looking). I guess the real decision will come if an offer is made...

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