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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-02-2009, 07:51 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone have a set of Custom Cruiser wheels?

Anyone out there have a decent looking set of factory alloy wheels for the Custom Cruiser? Even if you don't have a complete set, let me know what you've got. I'm tired of steel wheels with hub caps, and it's time for new tires anyway... I can pick up within 200 miles of New York City, but I'm also willing to pay for shipping from anywhere in the US.

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Yes I do.

I have a set of the OCC alloys. Please buy them, taking up space and I don't want to scrap them. No rash, have center caps, no tires on them. I'll post pictures later today.

I'd like 100$ for them.

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I have a set of the OCC alloys. Please buy them, taking up space and I don't want to scrap them. No rash, have center caps, no tires on them. I'll post pictures later today.

I'd like 100$ for them.
Sounds good! Look forward to seeing the pics.

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1992 Olds Custom Cruiser, 5.7, Dark Maple Red
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Pictures as promised.

Here are the pictures of the OCC alloys. I took a picture of each wheel. I assure you there are no curb rash or dents on them. There are a little dirty. Only issue is minor clear coat peeling and bubbling. The caps all snap into place tightly. They were not "installed" in the pictures, just sitting in place.

If you seriously want them PM with a phone number I can reach you at to arrange a way to get them to NY for cheap.

The cap on wheel 4 is not discolored, thats how it came out in the picture.

Here's the pictures.






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1996 Fleetwood Brougham, Rear Disks, It handles now, tastefully modified
1984 Coupe DeVille, Budget Lowering Springs, 9C1 3.23 Posi/Disk Rear end, 18 and 20" Coys, awaiting 383/700R4 transplant.
1980 Malibu Coupe, Grandma fresh 100K original owner New Mexico rust free
1978 Pontiac Catalina Safari, old guy fresh 83K original owner New Mexico rust free
1996 Caprice Wagon SOLD

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post #5 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-03-2009, 05:58 PM
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If you take paint stripper , the brush on kind, to these and it will lift the clear coat off,and turn it yellow,rince off ..it may take 2 coats to do so., and then use some mothers mag polish and a brill with one of those buff ball things..these will be like chrome ...all it takes is a little work...it will pay off.

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