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    Stock wheel info

    Hi, I need to know the correct factory steel wheel size, offset and backspace or a 1967 sport wagon I just bought. Thanks

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    14X6, but I don't have the offset.
    More wheel and tire info here: http://www.teambuick.com/reference/l...iles/100-a.php
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    Fellow 67 Sportwagon owner

    Hi from Texas. I am also a 1967 Sportwagon owner of 3 years. I am making mine a GS 400 clone with newly rebuilt 400 engine, trans, grill, etc. I am also redoing the interior completely, front to back. My car is loaded with options and is a Vista Cruiser with A/C, 3 seats, elec windows and drivers bench seat, AM/FM radio, all black car. I have added the chrome ralley wheels which were an option for the car. Let me know if I can provide amu info to you.

    Chuck Nixon
    Fort Worth, TX
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