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  • Bullet
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    Thank you. I think they look great and are a modern easy way to upgrade your rims and not worry about losing a hubcap.

    Mark

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  • Blake_H
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    Originally posted by Bullet View Post
    I really like those Lincoln rims on the car. What year are they off of? They would look great on my 64 Cruiser.

    Mark
    I was told they are off of a 1986 Lincoln Town Car. The front two caps were lost during the transport from Georgia to the west coast, but they will be available when I get my new wheels figured out.

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  • Bullet
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    I really like those Lincoln rims on the car. What year are they off of? They would look great on my 64 Cruiser.

    Mark

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  • Blake_H
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  • Silverplate
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    Very attractive Studebaker. Good luck with it...Mike

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  • r1lark
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    Wow, beautiful car!

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  • jetboat
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    Lincoln continental wheels, I have a set of those, very dressy.

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  • mw2013
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    Looks great, wheels are nice too

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  • Blake_H
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    1965 Studebaker Daytona

    Made a deal on this nice 1965 Studebaker Daytona over the interweb with a gentleman in Georgia last month. Some family members coming back from North Carolina to Nevada were nice enough to bring it with them on their way home and my wife and I just went and picked it up this past weekend.


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    It moves pretty good under it's own power but stopping is currently the biggest issue. I've been wanting one of these for a long time and it's great to have it home. Now the work begins.
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