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1960’-1970’s wheel part number id (with pic). #3067760
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Can’t find my white book, google is no longer a helpful and looks like even Moparts is unsearchable. Anybody have a list of factory 1960’s-1970’s Mopar part numbers for rims available ?

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my white book is the 1992 4th edition, and it only covers basically 70-78.
the other book i have is by Paul Herd, and it covers 68-74 wheels and wheel covers/hubcaps.
anything in particular you are looking for ?
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I have a car come in with 15in ‘in rims that were not original to it, so wanted to see what rims it has. Numbers are pretty hard to read so I’m gonna need to blast it to read the font.

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There are several original wheels out there without stamped part numbers.

Do you have photos?

Re: 1960’-1970’s wheel part number guide needed [Re: Alaskan_TA] #3068367
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going back to storage tomorrow, could get a pic of the number. gonna need to sand it, had a bit of buildup and hard to read.

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ok, not sure w, but the number is '3880' and nothing else on the rim lip/

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i couldn't find anything close to that number in my books. sorry.
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Part numbers have 7 digits.

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Possibly aftermarket replacement rims from the 80s or so ?

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Hard to tell what this wheel is. It was sitting for 32 year and I pulled it off a 1968 car. I'm thinking it's probably '3580, which would make it possily early 1972-74 rim and the remaining numbers never got printed by mistake.

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It looks like a factory early 70’s wheel.

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Who made replacement wheels in the 60s/70s/80s,Kelsey Hayes if you needed a new wheel & didn't go to the dealer you could buy them from an auto parts store or J.C. Whitney and being that KH made the wheels for Chrysler the replacement would look just like factory wheels minus the part#,later on in the years the replacement's would have the holes for dual bolt patterns.

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Re: 1960’-1970’s wheel part number guide needed [Re: migsBIG] #3069563
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Originally Posted by migsBIG
Hard to tell what this wheel is. It was sitting for 32 year and I pulled it off a 1968 car. I'm thinking it's probably '3580, which would make it possily early 1972-74 rim and the remaining numbers never got printed by mistake.



3580-055 = 73 A/B 14 x 5.5
3580-060 = 72-74 B 14 x 6
3580-063 = 72-73 B/C 15 x 6 [hd]
3580-064 = [unknown year and application] 15 x 6.5

here are a few numbers [4 1/2" bolt pattern] from my old white book.
don't know if this helps any or not. may give you something to ponder though.
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This has intrigued me now. Thing next week when I have some time, I’m going to have the tire pulled and see what this wheel has for identifying marks. If these are 15X7, I’ll pull them for one of my resto projects and swap on some regular 14’s (if the wheels fit over the disc brakes).

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Yes looking for marking inside the rim can tell you much more. That tires no good anyway grin







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