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Username Post: 63 Z11 dog dish/poverty hub caps        (Topic#361947)
DOTracer 
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Reg: 09-19-04
07-29-20 01:50 PM - Post#2799853    

Are there any companies reproducing the 63 Impala Z11 dog dish/poverty center caps?

If not, what other options are out there?

I see the 60-61 dog dish caps are being reproduced, but haven't seen much else.

Wheel vintiques has a plain design with a bowtie logo, but can't say I much care for the look.

Want something I can buy new, not used.

Thanks



 




pvs409 
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Loc: Sergeant Bluff, Iowa
Reg: 01-10-05
07-29-20 02:50 PM - Post#2799864    
    In response to DOTracer

61 and 62 small hubcaps are being reproduced(not 1960), fit might be a issue(not sure).

1963 NOS original GM small hubcaps are for sale. I have seen at least 2 NOS GM sets(never mounted) in the last month.

Here is a very nice set
https://www.ebay.com/itm/303624546666

Paul

57 BelairHT 283/270hp 4 spd
62 ImpHT 327/300 4 spd
62 Imp CV SS 327/300HP 700R4 (sold)
62 Imp HT SS 409/482 stroker 4 spd
62 Imp SS 409 - 5 spd Convertible
http://paulstensland.com


 
threeimpalas 
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07-29-20 03:38 PM - Post#2799865    
    In response to pvs409

The poverty caps from a '66 Chevy II are the same except for the paint color in the center recess.

Mike
'58-62s and 348/409s


 
DOTracer 
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DOTracer
Reg: 09-19-04
07-29-20 04:02 PM - Post#2799869    
    In response to pvs409

  • pvs409 Said:
61 and 62 small hubcaps are being reproduced(not 1960), fit might be a issue(not sure).

1963 NOS original GM small hubcaps are for sale. I have seen at least 2 NOS GM sets(never mounted) in the last month.

Here is a very nice set
https://www.ebay.com/itm/303624546666

Paul



I saw those but by the pics and description, doesn't look like the condition I'm looking for. thanks for the heads up though.




 
DOTracer 
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DOTracer
Reg: 09-19-04
07-29-20 04:03 PM - Post#2799870    
    In response to threeimpalas

  • threeimpalas Said:
The poverty caps from a '66 Chevy II are the same except for the paint color in the center recess.



Do you know if the Chevy II caps are being reproduced?



 
pvs409 
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pvs409
Loc: Sergeant Bluff, Iowa
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08-01-20 03:06 PM - Post#2800091    
    In response to DOTracer

  • DOTracer Said:
Are there any companies reproducing the 63 Impala Z11 dog dish/poverty center caps?

If not, what other options are out there?

I see the 60-61 dog dish caps are being reproduced, but haven't seen much else.

Wheel vintiques has a plain design with a bowtie logo, but can't say I much care for the look.

Want something I can buy new, not used.

Thanks



Here are some NOS hubcaps, not cheap.....

https://www.ebay.com/itm/VINTAGE-NOS-1963- CHEVY-Z1...

Paul


57 BelairHT 283/270hp 4 spd
62 ImpHT 327/300 4 spd
62 Imp CV SS 327/300HP 700R4 (sold)
62 Imp HT SS 409/482 stroker 4 spd
62 Imp SS 409 - 5 spd Convertible
http://paulstensland.com


 
DOTracer 
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Posts: 47
DOTracer
Reg: 09-19-04
08-02-20 04:44 AM - Post#2800114    
    In response to pvs409

  • pvs409 Said:
  • DOTracer Said:
Are there any companies reproducing the 63 Impala Z11 dog dish/poverty center caps?

If not, what other options are out there?

I see the 60-61 dog dish caps are being reproduced, but haven't seen much else.

Wheel vintiques has a plain design with a bowtie logo, but can't say I much care for the look.

Want something I can buy new, not used.

Thanks



Here are some NOS hubcaps, not cheap.....

https://www.ebay.com/itm/VINTAGE-NOS-1963- CHEVY-Z1...

Paul




Paul,

I would so love to have that set. Perfect condition, but more than I'm willing to spend for a car that isn't even a clone, just going for certain look...especially when the new steel wheels won't cost but $400.

That's a rare find for sure.




 
DOTracer 
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DOTracer
Reg: 09-19-04
08-02-20 04:51 AM - Post#2800115    
    In response to pvs409

  • pvs409 Said:
  • DOTracer Said:
Are there any companies reproducing the 63 Impala Z11 dog dish/poverty center caps?

If not, what other options are out there?

I see the 60-61 dog dish caps are being reproduced, but haven't seen much else.

Wheel vintiques has a plain design with a bowtie logo, but can't say I much care for the look.

Want something I can buy new, not used.

Thanks



Here are some NOS hubcaps, not cheap.....

https://www.ebay.com/itm/VINTAGE-NOS-1963- CHEVY-Z1...

Paul




I had to go look again tempted to hit buy when I realized that wasn't a buy it now price, rather the opening bid of an auction.



 
Swifster 
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Loc: Sterling Heights, MI
Reg: 05-26-18
08-02-20 05:27 AM - Post#2800116    
    In response to DOTracer

Well, follow it until the end and 'snipe' it if the price hasn't changed...



Tom

1963 Chevrolet ?
$121.00


 
junky 
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Loc: Northeast CT
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08-02-20 07:28 AM - Post#2800127    
    In response to DOTracer

Gives new meaning to the word "poverty".....

Never argue with an idiot. He'll drag you down to his level, then beat you with experience.


 
DOTracer 
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DOTracer
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08-02-20 08:02 AM - Post#2800129    
    In response to Swifster

  • Swifster Said:
Well, follow it until the end and 'snipe' it if the price hasn't changed...





Good idea. I haven't bid on an auction in years. I always went for the buy it now. Normally don't have the patience for auctions only to get out bid.




 
DOTracer 
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08-02-20 08:03 AM - Post#2800130    
    In response to junky

  • junky Said:
Gives new meaning to the word "poverty".....



Ain't that the truth!




 
DZAUTO 
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Loc: Mustang, OK, USA
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08-02-20 08:44 AM - Post#2800132    
    In response to DOTracer

  • DOTracer Said:
  • pvs409 Said:
  • DOTracer Said:
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Paul,
------------------------- ------------------------- --------------------...especially when the new steel wheels won't cost but $400.

That's a rare find for sure.




I don't know what kind of wide steel wheels you are interested in, but in the 70s, GM A-body (Malibu, Cutlass, Lemans, etc) wide wheels came in 15x6 and 15x7 with the 4 nubs to retain dogdish caps. The 2dr and 4dr models came with 6in and the wagons had 7in wheels. Today, these cars have extremely minimal value and the wheels from A-body cars of that era are (or were dirt cheap).
I have them on the 56 Vette (6in front, 7in rear) and they fit perfect. Also, as an added note, the 70s era cars came with disc brakes, so those wheels will clear discs.



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DOTracer 
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Reg: 09-19-04
08-02-20 09:12 AM - Post#2800137    
    In response to DZAUTO

  • DZAUTO Said:
  • DOTracer Said:
  • pvs409 Said:
  • DOTracer Said:
------------------------- ------------------------- ------------------------- -

Paul,
------------------------- ------------------------- --------------------...especially when the new steel wheels won't cost but $400.

That's a rare find for sure.




I don't know what kind of wide steel wheels you are interested in, but in the 70s, GM A-body (Malibu, Cutlass, Lemans, etc) wide wheels came in 15x6 and 15x7 with the 4 nubs to retain dogdish caps. The 2dr and 4dr models came with 6in and the wagons had 7in wheels. Today, these cars have extremely minimal value and the wheels from A-body cars of that era are (or were dirt cheap).
I have them on the 56 Vette (6in front, 7in rear) and they fit perfect. Also, as an added note, the 70s era cars came with disc brakes, so those wheels will clear discs.





Nice pics.

I am planning to just buy new Wheel Vintiques wheels. After disposing and trying to sell over 300+ wheels from my dads garage after his passing last spring, I have zero interest in sourcing used wheels.



 




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