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I've also got a whole set of these. Small Hurst or someone wanted to see the dates on the tires. I don't know what the date is, so maybe I got a picture of it.
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1968,October 4th on your one Magnum 500 rim.
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Freddie,

Those tires were built in 1979. Hope that helps!!
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I personally love the 15x4’s! Way better than the new flat spoke design.��
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Great picture of the Camaro with the 6 slot wheels. Thanks for posting.
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I like the 6-hole slots. They are a refreshing change of pace. Here are some on the Iron Mistress '67 Camaro drag car.
Those slots look exactly like this pair of 15x6 fronts that I had for many years. I'm pretty sure they were made by Rocket.
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That's a good looking Chevelle!
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Your 15x4's are the second design. The first-early design 15x4's are hard to come by. IMO yours are 10 times better than the present flat spoke things.

I have two sets of Cragar ss 15 X 4 direct bolt 5- 4 3/4
One set made in 1967 the other some time in the 80's they are exactly the same?
What do the original 15 x 4 wheels look like?
Mine have a wider lip than what is on the market today.
Do you have pictures off the different 15 X 4 wheels?
I used a dial caliper to check dimensions 1967 to 80's
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Those slots look exactly like this pair of 15x6 fronts that I had for many years. I'm pretty sure they were made by Rocket.
Great picture
We ran the same rim on our 69 Cutlass.
The rim came with a aluminum center cap that was installed from the back of the wheel.
They were not a common wheel as they did not have a step.
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