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Just picked up some 15x6 OZs with an offset of 33 and they look really nice. They're all well kept but I know nothing about them. When they were made? How much they each weigh? What "model" they are? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!


These are the stampings on the front (Googled them... got nothing):





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model wheels. MSW is basically a subsidiary of OZ which is in Italy. The year of manufacture should be stamped/cast into the back of the wheel. They were sold in the late 70's and early 80's by several distributors such as Korman Autoworks, Hardy & Beck, and Miller & Norburn. The centercaps can be difficult to find if you have any missing. If anybody is looking for a set of these wheels, I have a set available. If anybody is looking for centercaps for these wheels I have those available as well.

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Sherman would probably know, Matthew. I bought those wheels/tires from Sherman at the Palo Alto show (in '04, I think.)


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