I found by ordering a few wheels that several distributors sell rallys that are actully Wheel Vintiques. You often can't tell from the catalog or from the part number if they use a part number system unique to their business inventory. Mine arrived in Wheel Vintiques boxes with part numbers. They are easy to find at Jegs or Summit with the popular sizes/backspace. They are normally (but not always) below the Camaro specialty dealer pricing with free shipping as a bonus. Alternate plan is to use the wheels to boost your order amount and qualify for free shipping and volume discounts from the specialty sites.
Wheel Vintiques have had QC issues (may have been fixed by now) and are NOT hub-centric like OE rallys. I had a set on my 68 and chased a vibration that turned out to be a bad wheel from WV, and having all the force on the lug studs isn't ideal either.
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