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Does anybody have spare set or couple sets of this type of rims need them for a couple up coming projects

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John, the Cragar SS are arguably the most popular aftermarket wheel ever. So when a kit comes out with a really good set, we tend to hold on to them. 

So when I say the Revell '67 Charger has the one of the best sets ever cast, I'm also saying, you are better off buying a whole kit, because odds are low anyone will part with them.

One the other hand, perhaps someone will now, just to prove me wrong. Good luck. 

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And BTW, the Revell '67 is a tremendous kit. At least two wheel options, so even if you snag the Cragars, it's still a buildable model.

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Mite have to try to get a set and cast my own

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Still waiting on the slicks.

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You must have sent the PM to the same place you sent the slicks because I didn't get that either.

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Still waiting

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The best detailed ones I`ve run across were kitted in the AMT Baldwin Motion 70 1/2  Camaro. Hopefully, you can score a set from that kit.

Just an FYI.

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John Pol is looking for them he will probably trade you something or them.

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John Pol is still looking for Cragar rims he has plenty to trade.

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Elvin,

I don't know if John might be interested in these; in my eye, I think they are very similar to Cragars.  They have a smooth center-cap tho.  These are found in the Moebius 1/25 1965 Mercury Comet Cyclone kit; I have (4) that are fresh-from-the-chrome-tree if he might be interested in-trading for them.

 

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