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Old 11-26-2005, 11:39 AM   #1
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These wheels were on my car when I bought it and I'm curious what brand and style they are. I thought the funky emblem on the center cap looked like an "A R" so I first guessed American Racing but I can't find them on their website.

Anyone recognize these?
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im assuming its an american racing wheel that is no longer made
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Here'* a better look at the center cap......

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now, that to me doesnt look like any american racing centercap ive ever seen.. if noone can help you identify it, you could try looking at the backside of the wheel.. you can sometimes find clues there, either catalog numbers or make/style sometimes aswell
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either way they look sweet, and almost oem like
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For some reason.....the word Regency comes to mind.....Prolly not right but I figured that couldn't hurt.
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