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OK all you gear heads, I need some help finding something.

 

1974-1976 Pontiac Catalina wheels.

I'm looking for the welded chrome wheels that were stock with that model. My bro in law is restoring a Catalina and reached out to me for help. I am not a gear head and don't really know what he's talking about, other than they are wheels.

Any help is appreciated. 

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my folks had a '73.

 

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What a PIG. And it had this bad habit of the thermostat sticking closed.

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I'll keep my eye out as Im putting together a 75 caprice conv. Another pig. Lol

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I guess the ones he's finding in Wisconsin are rusty. I notice there is no rust on vehicles here, but the paint doesn't hold up well and lot's of cars with peeling or faded paint.

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No salt on the roads. The sun eats paint.......rw

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these are the ones I'm looking for

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better looking than my folk's '73. 

 

'74 is strangely reminiscent of the the "Truckster" from NatLampoon Vacation

 

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Only thing missing is the leash on the bumper.............

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