Rally wheels, 1980 Malibu

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Ibe555666

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Those are right, would have to paint the right way. Guess get them black then do the silver trim? Opinions?
 

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The 15s and 14s are bolt-on interchageable. GM used the same centers. 14x6 or 15x7. The 15s were used on 2wd S10s.
 
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This is the 14x6 Malibu/Elco color scheme.
 

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Here is one S10 paint scheme to watch for, plus an example of the S10 center cap.
 
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This is the other S10 paint scheme, although this is a 14" rim. This also shows what the OEM stainless trim rings looked like. This listing gave the 14" GM part number '14077046'. The salvage yard interchange number may be '560-05011'.
 
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Pardon me for clogging up the thread...

You might start an Ebay search notification for '560-01317' which may be the salvage yard interchange number for the 15" version. Another listing gave the 15" GM part number '14077047'. With patience, you could pick them one at a time.


This one shows the difference in the hoop that allows use with the same stamped 14" center section.
 
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newmexguy

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Would be interesting to find out when the "snowflakes" actually became available. Am of belief they were '82 up, introduced for '82 model year in late '81 but don't have factory literature or proof. Most common apps were Monte carlo super sport '83 to '85, '82 - ? Camaro, and the S series trucks and "mini" blazers. Am guessing the fifteens were only on the S series trucks and the "mini" blazers. Were they available in '81? Maybe?
 

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