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1979 Ford Mustang

1979 Ford Mustang in Licence to Kill, Movie, 1989 IMDB

Class: Cars, Hatchback — Model origin: US

1979 Ford Mustang

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rjluna2 US

2011-03-09 02:57

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Is that factory wheels?

an_unusual_eye US

2011-03-09 03:46

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that isn't a factory alloy wheel that was offered on the fox body mustang, but that alloy style was offered as a "factory" SAAB wheel:

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i'm not sure if the bolt pattern is the same ~ and for that matter, whether or not it was, these may actually be SAAB wheels ~ or if possibly the alloy wheel manufacturer that produced the wheels for SAAB may have also offered this style for the after sales market. Ronal made many generations of SAAB factory wheels, and also sold wheels independently.


-- Last edit: 2011-03-12 01:47:31

atom SE

2011-03-09 21:55

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SAAB 99 had a 4/114.3 bolt pattern. Since 1979 Mustang had a 4/108 bolt pattern, earlier Mustangs had 4/114.3 though...

If this is an original SAAB rim or not I do not know but there is of course different ways to fit wheels to a car with a different bolt pattern.

rjluna2 US

2011-03-10 01:35

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I don't think these SAAB wheel match to the Mustang wheel. One other possiblity as an_unusual_eye says, it could be aftermarket. :think:

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