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    Looking for 18" Mag Wheel options for 2010 Camaro

    I recently completed my fabrication work on a 2010 Camaro custom wagon conversion. The car is currently in the shop for paint. I had originally planned to keep the 18" steel wheel but after seeing my design completed and getting feedback from my car buddies, I think a set of 18" Mag Wheels may be a nice addition and still keep the factory look I was going for.
    I did find a set of 20" SS wheels but would prefer to stay with the 18". The ones I am looking for look just like the SS 5spoke wheel. They go by GM #s 5439 or 92197465. If I can find a nice set of 18" wheels and tires, I could trade the 20" set.
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    Nice, nice work....are you trying to stay with a factory look for the wheels?

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    Yes, most of my conversions do maintain a lot of the factory look. My designs are a bit of a head scratcher for some people and usually after a second look they get the idea I was going for. I built a model of my Camaro before I started on the actual car. The model has the factory 5 spoke wheels which I think would look good on my car.
    Since 2010 I have been driving a chopped 1937 Chevy 2dr (suicide door conversion) Sedan and a 1956 Chevy ElCamino conversion that I designed and built. I am also in the process of building a 1966 Malibu Station Wagon that I converted into a 2door Nomad style Wagon.

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    The 56 Elko is awesome!!

    I would look at 5spoke vette or 5 spoke 2017 SS wheels...just my 2 cents...

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    Checked out a set of 18" takeoffs at a local salvage yard. Very nice but a bit over priced. Ended up with a nice set of SS wheels and tires that had just got posted on Craigslist. The guy was replacing them with a set of ZL1 wheels. The SS wheels are 20", in excellent condition and were almost half the price of the other set I had looked at.

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    Sweet, post pics!

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    These are the 20" wheels I picked up. They are similar to the ones on the toy model car I built to help with my design ideas. I will put the wheels on the car until I can find a set of 18" stock aluminum wheels with the similar 5 spoke design.

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    Cool, is the rear hatch assy off a dodge magnum?

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    Yes, I used a 2005 Magnum for my parts car. A build thread is posted on a Station Wagon Forum http://www.stationwagonforums.com/fo...ongroof.43918/

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    This is the style OEM 18" Alloy wheels and tires I am looking for. GM part numbers 5439 or 92197465. They fit 2010 -2014 Camaro and come either Chrome or Silver. My 2010 came stock with 18" steel wheels and I prefer to have the 18" size Alloy wheels. I may consider a trade for the set of 20" OEM Alloy wheels and tires I currently have for the car.
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