15x7 1967 Shelby Magstar | 5x4 1/2" bolt | 4.00" backspace | Aluminum Center/Chrome Outer finish

$462.00

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The 15x7 inch Shelby Magstar wheel is a legendary wheel for a legendary 1967 Shelby Mustang. It features a chrome outer rim with a cast aluminum center section, and a direct fit 5x4.5-inch bolt pattern. Black painted accents are expertly done for your high quality restoration. This is an accurate reproduction of the original Kelsey Hayes Magstar wheels that rolled beneath the original 1967 Shelbys. We also offer correct lug nuts and center caps. Made in the USA!
SPECIFICATIONS
SKU 67MS157
Brand SpecialtyWheel
Bolt Pattern 5x4.5
Finish Aluminum Center/Chrome Outer
Wheel Size 15x7
Backspacing 4.00
Vehicle Application 1967 Shelby Magstar
15x7 1967 Shelby Magstar | 5x4 1/2" bolt | 4.00" backspace | Aluminum Center/Chrome Outer finish
15x7 1967 Shelby Magstar | 5x4 1/2" bolt | 4.00" backspace | Aluminum Center/Chrome Outer finish

Please Note

  • Coker Tire Company warrants chrome and finish wheels and accessories to the original purchaser for a period of fifteen (15) months from the date of purchase. Oxidation or corrosion due to improper care, and/or adverse weather or chemicals is not covered by this warranty. Wheels that have been mounted, painted, or powder coated are considered used and cannot be returned. Please test fit the wheels before you mount or paint them. Please see specifications for Backspace and Bolt Pattern for each Part#.

Product Questions & Answers

 
Question:
THE BOLT PATTERN IS THE SAME FOR A 1971 GT TORINO FOR THIS 15x7 1967 Shelby Magstar CORRECT? SINCE I WANT TO PUCHASE 5 OF THEM, THANK YOU
By paul on January 22, 2020
Answer:

Yes, this wheel is compatible with the 5 x 4 1/2" bolt pattern on your Torino GT.

Coker Tire Support on January 22, 2020
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Question:
Is this wheel available in 17"?
By dwayne on October 23, 2019
Answer:

These wheels are only manufactured in this original size and are not available in any other sizes.

Coker Tire Support on October 23, 2019
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