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    Set of 4 date matched 5.5 x 15 68 Fuchs

    Set of 4 date matched 1968 5.5 x 15 wheels $6250. 1 had minor curb rash and the other had a scratch so I had those two restored at Fuchs Restoration, the other 2 look to have been previously restored and are in great shape. 1 of the wheels is 5 of 68, the other 3 are 6 of 68. I was planning on using these on a Bahama Yellow 68 912 I am restoring but am leaning towards 5.5s in the front and 6s in the rear and I have another pair of 69 5.5 inch wheels I need to send off for restoration to use for that setup.

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    What is the price?

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    Oh good grief, can't believe I forgot to include the price! $6250 for the set of 4. I have wheel boxes to ship them in and get decent discounts on UPS shipping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by icemanhd View Post
    Oh good grief, can't believe I forgot to include the price! $6250 for the set of 4. I have wheel boxes to ship them in and get decent discounts on UPS shipping.
    Last data point I saw on 5.5s was this BAT listing below, $6100 for unrestored wheels plus 5% buyers premium ($305) for a total of $6405 plus shipping. Naturally the 67 4.5s go for even higher.
    https://bringatrailer.com/listing/fuchs-76/

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    Were these the ones taken off the 68 Row Targa that was flipped? I believe everyone has the right to do what they wish. I am just curious because if they did originally go with that car I would be interested in them.
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    these are 6/1968 dated
    so they would not have been on your 2/1968 Targa originally
    you need to find December or January/February wheels to be date correct
    if that does not mater then these would be appropriate for your Targa.

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