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Good day all,

After scrapping the 74 I was hoping to get on the road, I now have a 76 that's roadworthy and just needs some cosmetics and some attention. I'm really wanting to keep the "70's vibe" of the looks of it and am hunting for wheel covers. Lots of ways to put simulators on, but I'd like to find a simple old hubcap/wheel cover, one photo I saw online attached. Any thoughts on options (19.5 inch wheels I believe) where to find some?

 
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When I got my Euro it had full hubcaps on the front wheels, which I got rid of when I got the SS wheel covers that look like wheels, so I know that 19.5 hubcaps are, or were, available.


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Check your wheel size. 1976 should have 16" wheels. If they are 16" ckeck with Jim and Tere. They had a set at 1 time.


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Definitely 19.5's.

If anybody knows of/stumbles across an option I'd appreciate the direction.
 
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