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'69 RR, #s #3027099
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A few incorrect items, would need personal inspection...

https://www.hemmings.com/auction/1969-plymouth-road-runner-425188?

Re: '69 RR, #s [Re: topside] #3027125
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I can't get past the color. Nice Muscle car with sunfire yellow paint! not here!

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of course it has incorrect wheels as most 69's do.

Re: '69 RR, #s [Re: 69x] #3027142
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Originally Posted by 69x
of course it has incorrect wheels as most 69's do.


But an inprovement over the 14' with trim rings if you ask me. twocents

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I love Sunfire yellow! and the 68 wheels!

Re: '69 RR, #s [Re: beeliever] #3027218
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Re: '69 RR, #s [Re: topside] #3027227
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Re: '69 RR, #s [Re: bobby66] #3027229
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The problem with "wrong" Magnums is this:
If you want to fill up the wheelwells with a 15" wheel & tire but want an OEM look, it's about impossible as far as I can tell.
Main problem is no accurate-looking 15" trim rings.
I used to run 14x7 Magnums with Ford trim rings on my '69-up B-bodies when there were a lot of 14" tire sizes.
Looked pretty good on a B-body with 225/70 & 235/70 tires, and handled better.
Apparently, there are no "recall" wheels on the horizon, so options in the "middle ground" so to speak are very restricted.

Re: '69 RR, #s [Re: topside] #3027266
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I really wish somebody made the magnums with trim rings in 15s. Would simplify my life for sure.

Check out the commentary at the bottom about the dash. Lol


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Re: '69 RR, #s [Re: SomeCarGuy] #3027270
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More than a few issues.


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as long as you look good doing it!

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Re: '69 RR, #s [Re: topside] #3027281
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Originally Posted by topside
The problem with "wrong" Magnums is this:
If you want to fill up the wheelwells with a 15" wheel & tire but want an OEM look, it's about impossible as far as I can tell.
Main problem is no accurate-looking 15" trim rings.
I used to run 14x7 Magnums with Ford trim rings on my '69-up B-bodies when there were a lot of 14" tire sizes.
Looked pretty good on a B-body with 225/70 & 235/70 tires, and handled better.
Apparently, there are no "recall" wheels on the horizon, so options in the "middle ground" so to speak are very restricted.


all the needed 14" tires are available at kelseytires up

Carsten

Re: '69 RR, #s [Re: blewbyu] #3027312
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Originally Posted by blewbyu
Originally Posted by 69x
of course it has incorrect wheels as most 69's do.


But an inprovement over the 14' with trim rings if you ask me. twocents
Hardley, and not asking you

Re: '69 RR, #s [Re: blewbyu] #3027334
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Originally Posted by blewbyu
Originally Posted by 69x
of course it has incorrect wheels as most 69's do.


But an inprovement over the 14' with trim rings if you ask me. twocents


Agreed,

There aint a 14" tire out there made that will fill up the wheel house either from the side AND the rear like a 15" tire can

Re: '69 RR, #s [Re: topside] #3027466
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