SOLD 14" wheels and tires

Exterior Mopar Parts For Sale

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  1. MetalManiacAZ

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    I just switched to 15" factory wheels for my disc conversion so I'm selling the stock set from my 66 300. I'd rather these get some use rather than rotting in my garage.

    Black factory wheels (4) and a silver spare(1). All 14" 5x4.5. Wheels are all in good shape as they had full covers for the past 55 years.

    Tires:
    Hankook Optima H724 - 215/75/14 (4 each)
    1 old bias ply spare. I found the receipt from 1975 if anyone wants to try and warranty it. Hah! Hankooks were on it when I bought my car last year and maybe have 100 miles on them.

    Local pick up in Phoenix - 85027. I live in Black Canyon City but can meet at my office in north Phoenix.

    $600

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    Gotta love those double-stripe whitewalls! Always thought they looked sharp as the original tire on the 70-71s. Shame that nobody reproduces them, but probably not enough demand to justify a run . . .
     
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    Right? I think Coker make a double blue stripe for the Found On Road Dead pony guys. I had to explain to my wife what a bias ply tire is and why we don't run them anymore.
     
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    Damn! If only they were 15"... I too am compelled to run 15" wheels to cope with the cratered remains of streets down here in south Tucson. I'm looking for some plain steel rims to replace the aging mags I got with Tilly 5 yrs ago. Not a big priority, but am keeping an eye peeping ever so often. Nice looking 300 rear end in the pic!
     
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    Believe me, I know. I have to look at a job at the base tomorrow. I always make sure I account for an alignment into my budget whenever I bid a job in The Old Pueblo.
     
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    That silver wheel looks like a Ford wheel. The center section has a different stamping.....
     
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    It is an older Mopar wheel. Pre 1962 I believe.
     
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    Did you double check the width of the rims? Your car rims normally were 14x6. those are nice wheels for 70 series tires. My 66 polara and 66 Chrysler had 14x6, just a friendly suggestion/
     
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