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1968 Camaro, 383, TKO 600, Posi, bad paint and bondo!
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They are not the original Camaro wheels. One is a dealer replacement, one is off of a 1973 Chevelle blah blah... All the same and the tires hold air. I ran a 225 up front and a 255 in the rear on my 68 with no issues. Been off the car 2 weeks. Sorry about the rain. I'm in Southern Indiana and would rather get them to a Camaro fan instead of the Craigslist bunch...
- Rob
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Size??? There are letters by the valve stem on each wheel. That will tell you what they are most of the time.
Can't find my reference right now, but I'll see if I can get it to you.
 

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Sorry, it's in the title of the post. They are 15X7 with a 5X4.75 bolt circle. Same as the stock steelies on the Camaros.
 

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My mistake, missed the title info.
The letters will still tell you the offset information. Some are common and some are rare.
 

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None of them are rare or worth big bucks..... Oh, well. If no one wants all four, you are welcome to two of them. I'll update in a few days.
 
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