Can anybody out there in CarGurus land identify these rims????

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Asked by Dec 28, 2014 at 10:20 PM about the 1964 Ford Mustang Standard Coupe

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I've got a 64.5 mustang, and when i took off the rear hub caps, i found these wheels on it. There 14", but never have i seen them before, there not GM,FORD,CHRYSLERS, maybe AMC, but in all the years, i've never seen these before. Can some one help me, i'm stumped!!!!!!

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looks like something from the 40,s guide pin holes ,may be early car or a trailer of some make, ,

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Something that fugly could only come from the 1970s... did some checking and believe those might be Datsun rims, off a 240 or 280Z circa early to mid 70's. Apparently they fit the bolt pattern for early Mustangs. There was a thing back in the 1970's in using Datsun wheels to get the mag look for the 4-bolt pattern 6-cylinder Mustangs, as mag wheels were typically 5-bolt pattern. I suppose if you really have to know what these are, throw 240/280Z's into the mix, maybe you'll find a vintage photo of one and can confirm it.

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Thank you both for the answers, I i'm thinking thats what they could be,old Datsuns rims. I'll check into that, and let you guys know what i come up with.

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I've looked at all the datsons, models of that time period,and nothing, and it's not a AMC either??????, maybe mazda, or eailerer toyota's,. But i'm still looking!!!!!

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