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  • #31
    Hey Tim, i may be interested in a set of these also. Is it possible you could post a picture of the back of the hub caps showing how they are fixed to the wheel etc? And also are we talking $500 USD? Has anyone else on here bought these and can show how they look? Thanks

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Countach wanna B View Post
      Hi Tim. Can I possibly get your phone #? may have an interest to order a set soon. Just picked up a Easton body car on a tube frame . Thanks
      Nice find, are you starting a build thread?
      Website link [URL="https://sites.google.com/site/lamborghinicountachreplica/"]https://sites.google.com/site/lamborghinicountachreplica/[/URL]
      Blog link [URL="https://lamborghinicountachreplica.wordpress.com/"]https://lamborghinicountachreplica.wordpress.com/[/URL]

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      • #33
        hi Tim, sorry to cut into a thread.....are you still making the fiberglass hubcaps for the Countach?........if so,..........what size are they?....14"....15" also, can you give me a ballpark price for......2 front and 2 rear ? Thank you

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        • #34
          Are you still making the hub caps? I may be interested in a set. You can call me directly at 415-373-8176 im in the US.

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          • #35
            If anyone is interested, I have a set of these and am producing replicas. PM me if interested.

            K9

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            • #36
              I am interested in set of countach wheel covers ...

              Originally posted by K9COP View Post
              If anyone is interested, I have a set of these and am producing replicas. PM me if interested.

              K9
              Let me know if a set of countach wheel covers can be made ?

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              • #37
                Who is making the aluminum 15" Countach wheels in the USA and at a reasonable price? At one time there was a Mexican doing these and also someone in England. I am quite sure that Boyds or anyone with the CNC equipment can do those wheels easily today but I am searching for whoever has made some of these for the kit car market and can wizz out a set. I don't mind waiting a month or two for the right look and price. I am a builder with a lot of experience and have been into these replicas for 35 years now. So answer my question in-the-know please. I am also seeking information on which transaxle to use in my replicas??? I have been told that maybe the boxster 5 speed will hold up and that Kennedy makes an adapter for this set up. Is this correct? I also have in-house an Audi 2000 transaxle, a Corvair Crown set up, and a Getrag Fierro 5 speed I need information and a solid contact for information on these being used in the Countach cars. My cars are the exact size and NOT the similar kit car type usually found. I have 47 molds that I have done over the years from the Lambo stuff. I do my own work. Located in Florida and SW Missouri. Thank you Joe in Mo.
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                • #38
                  another option 17x8.5 bravo/phone dial blend under 1k?

                  Originally posted by Lambodave View Post
                  Let me know if a set of countach wheel covers can be made ?
                  since my countach is based on a porsche 911 suspension I was originally looking at rather uncommom deep dish porsche 16x8 polished out phone dials had a more squished bravo look.... until I saw a jk jeep parked with these

                  https://secure.aev-conversions.com/s..._black_tbl.jpg

                  amercian expedition vechicles makes theJK Savegre Wheels 17x8.5 $235 each in my option, painted or polished up looks like a cross between countach phone dial and Bravo wheel . I bought a used one on ebay for $150 delivered to play with seems like a decent route to go $940 new.. sure I'll be $260 into a custom set of quality adapters cut to my custom offset and have to sand and polish or paint.. but $1200 for a new set of 17in that echo the original .. if you are not ready to drop $7,000 on a set of closer replicas seems like another viable option

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