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ASET OF FOUR PONTIACRALLY II WHEELS FOR YOUR 1967 1968 1969 1970GTO TEMPEST LEMANS GRAND PRIX FIREBIRD TRANS AM 14X7 RALLY II WHEELS, All THE RIMS ARE STRAIGHT, ONE OF THEM HAS A LITTLE CURB SCRAPE ON IT BUT THE BEAUTY RIM WILL COVER THAT UP, NONE OF THE LUG BOLT HOLES ARE WOBBLED OUT.LeMans to GTO, Firebird and Trans Am, and Catalina to Grand Prix, Pontiac’s Rally II wheel was a popular option on these and other models from the late 1960s and beyond.
First available on the 1967 models under UPC code N98, Pontiac’s Rally II followed the original Rally (later designated as the Rally I) and was all-steel in construction with a true five-spoke slotted design. Wheel attachment was five-lug with a 43/4-inch bolt pattern but the larger Pontiac’s used a 5-inch bolt pattern.
The Rally II wheel was manufactured by the Motor Wheel Corporation (at the time a Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company subsidiary) and available in 14- and 15-inch diameters, and in 6-inch and 7-inch widths. Applications varied by year and model, and with standard drum or disc brakes in some cases. Each wheel manufactured included the manufacturer’s stamping, plant number, wheel size, Pontiac wheel code, and specific date code. All GTOs from 1967 thru 1970 used the optional 14x6-inch Rally II and in 1971, a 15x7-inch wheel was added. In 1972, GTOs had three Rally II offerings, a 14x6-, 14x7-, and 15x7-inch wheel. In 1973 all GTOs optioned the 15x7-inch Rally only, and in 1974 a 14x6-inch was the only Rally II wheel offered on the GTO based on the smaller Ventura series platform. Today, Rally II wheels are being reproduced by a number of manufacturers in several widths, diameters, and finishes, as well as to O.E.M. specifications.
Most Rally II wheels were painted argent silver with charcoal gray inserts and finished off with stainless steel trim rings, PMD center caps (in red or black) and special color-keyed lug nuts. Deviations in this combination included the GTO Judge, GT-37, 1974 GTO, and Can Am models that came without trim rings; and again the Can Am and a few other models with special body-colored wheels. As the Rally II matured and got older, specific wheel colors, trim rings, center caps and lug nut designs varied until production of the wheel ended in 1981.

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