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Can anyone post web addresses to wheel manufacturers? I'm looking for some wheels for my 68 and havent found what I'm looking for yet. I like the c5 style wheels, but I know they dont fit our cars and would like to find something similar. Thanx for any help.

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Billet Specialties Wheels


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www.google.com and type in "custom wheels" [img]graemlins/beers.gif[/img]

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Stockton Wheel and Vintage Wheel make steel wheels.

CRAGAR and American Racing make the old stand-by's...

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I got a great deal on my ROH snypers at
http://www.groupawheels.com

They are some of the more affordable 17's out there.

There are some pics on our site.

Budget(I mean, over budget) <br />Pro-touring 68. <br /> <a href="
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