Sunday, July 07, 2019

what the hell are these "wheel covers" doing with 6 lug nuts? Does anyone know which option code these are? Or know of a visual id guide to Camaro wheel covers that labels them and shows them all?


https://www.heartbeatcitycamaro.com/store/product/27255/1969-Camaro-Chevelle-Nova-NOS-Magnesium-Wheel-Covers-Genuine-GM-w-Original-Box/

according to this, the above are the PA2

http://www.camaros.org/options.shtml


from the 1968 Camaro sales brochure http://www.superchevy.com/features/sucp-120516-1968-camaro-sales-brochure#/

these aren't in the sales brochure for 1967, http://storm.oldcarmanualproject.com/chevroletcamaro1967.htm

Side note:
Martin V points out that the E250 and E350 Ford vans have a 7 fake lug nut wheel cover
https://www.amazon.com/Ford-E150-E250-Wheel-Cover/dp/B0164FD1DC

but the 250 and 350 have 8 lugs on the hub. So, this idiocy isn't limited to any one manufacturer

3 comments:

  1. RPO PA2 wheel covers were not available on the 1967 Camaro. Only on the 1968 and 1969. Their cost was the same as the N96 covers ($70.00).4085 in 68 and 1362 in 69 were the production numbers. N96 were known as Mag Style A while PA2 was Mag Style B.

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    1. Thanks! It's nearly impossible to find info when it's needed, there simply is so much garbage to look through to try and find that needle in the haystack

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  2. I've never seen those before. That's weird. They look like an option for a late model Chevy Express van, not a Camaro.

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