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Vintage Cragar Wheel Identification & Value
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jboymechanic
Posted 2020-02-27 12:25 AM (#594885)
Subject: Vintage Cragar Wheel Identification & Value



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Can someone help identify these wheels? One cap says "SS" the other "GT", both are Cragar caps. I cannot find any markings, stamps or anything on these wheels. They are 14", don't know width. These were on my 1960 Plymouth wagon which has been sitting since about 1976 or 77. They appear to be aluminum (or magnesium) hubs welded or brazed to chromed steel rims. I'd like to know what they are so I know so I can figure out what they're worth and then sell them if there is any interest.



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mikes2nd
Posted 2020-02-27 12:38 AM (#594886 - in reply to #594885)
Subject: Re: Vintage Cragar Wheel Identification & Value


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jboymechanic
Posted 2020-02-27 9:33 AM (#594900 - in reply to #594885)
Subject: Re: Vintage Cragar Wheel Identification & Value



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Thanks Mike, I think you're right.

https://www.akhwheels.com/pages/showWheel.php?pk=104

I believe these are most likely 14"x6" Keystone Klassics

Any value?
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Powerflite
Posted 2020-02-27 1:11 PM (#594910 - in reply to #594885)
Subject: Re: Vintage Cragar Wheel Identification & Value



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Keystone's were the hot ticket in the early '80's and they still have a following, but probably not much of a market for 14" versions. There are singles on ebay from between $30 to $50. I would say they are swap meet items, not worth the shipping expense, unfortunately.
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jboymechanic
Posted 2020-02-27 2:51 PM (#594912 - in reply to #594885)
Subject: Re: Vintage Cragar Wheel Identification & Value



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That's pretty much what I figured. They'll be going on Craig's List.
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Space Trukin Wagon
Posted 2020-02-29 3:26 AM (#594971 - in reply to #594912)
Subject: Re: Vintage Cragar Wheel Identification & Value



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How many wheels are available ?
Is it a complete set of 4 or just the 2 shown in your post ?
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