Discussion in 'The Hides' started by TXGS, Jul 10, 2019.
I found this to be interesting.
Wait a Miiiinute.
Those were only available to Buick owners who transplanted Chevy engines.
Seriously though,never seen those! Kool!
Chevy been copying Buick since louie Chevrolet had pimples
They came on mid 60's Bel Airs & Biscaynes (especially).
1964 Chevy, a one year only thing
Correct, I sold a set a couple of years ago. Didn't know they existed until I found them in a pile of random caps a local guy was selling.
Correct a one year only deal. What is interesting is Chevy did the same thing with Buick hubcaps
There is a local 68 Nova running a set of these..I have seen them on a blue 69 Z28 too..Something different....
From what I was told from an salvage yard owner who does primarily older cars. He said in 64 or 65 they put them on Belairs, Biscaynes, and Impalas. The bigger Chevy cars. This was only for the one year.
what a cool car
I love dog dishes
Cool. While on topic of dog dishes, what do people usually do to repaint the black parts? 2 of mine are looking tired..
So do hungry dogs
Here are mine
IMG_0543 by MikeM posted Dec 1, 2017 at 5:43 AM
I like them too. Even though I don't think that they were available on a Stage1, I dig the look of the poverty caps.
They were definitely available on Stage 1 cars.
If the original owner cheaped out on selecting a wheel option, that's what they got.
I bought a couple N.O.S. sets for my 67 20 plus years ago, I wanted to own each wheel/wheel cover option that was available on it so I could run different looks, they are the only ones I have’t run on it though
My Stage1 came with argent silver steelies with Dog Dish and Trim Rings.
I thought that the chrome rallye wheels were part of the Stage1 package or required. Thanks for letting me know. But I have to be honest, a bit skeptical. Are you sure about that? The report for the build for this car says that it came with the rallye wheels.