American Racing AR7676773 Wheel, 16 x 7
Four-barrel carburetor, four-speed manual, dual exhausts...and a set of American Racing Wheels have always been the essential ingredients for speed. Few brands have the heritage and pedigree of American Racing's 5-spoke designs, making them the perfect addition to any all-American hot rod or muscle car. American Racing Wheels has created new designs that build upon that legacy, with your modern muscle, pony car or truck in mind. With classic American styling weaved into dozens of styles and hundreds of fitments, you'll no doubt find a set that makes a statement.
- Features a Gloss Finish
- Wheel diameter of 16 inches with a width of 7 inches
- Made from Steel
- 1-year warranty on wheel finish
- This product is discontinued.
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- This item 120AR767015 is made to order. It will be shipped from our warehouse when it is produced.
Q & A
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