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Old 09-27-2013, 02:28 PM
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'67/'68 Cadillac
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Old 09-27-2013, 05:02 PM
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Had the exact same set on my 1970 Sovereign...were supposed to be original with the coach, but we all know how those things go sometimes.
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'67/'68 Cadillac
Actually they are 66/67.Ccadillac. 68/69 were the same but different from these
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Further narrowed down to 1967 because of the slots or vents.
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Further narrowed down to 1967 because of the slots or vents.
I was thinking 68 was first year for disc brakes and the slots were to cool them?
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Old 09-27-2013, 10:12 PM
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Paul,
Just so we are clear, you really know these are wheel covers correct? Hub caps are the...oh well you know.

Go to: www.hubcaps.org maybe you can get some help there.

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they are Hollander number 2001b 1967 12 slot covers. 68 are different style with slots and 68 and 69 with out are the same.
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NOT '68 !


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I was told only CC had the vents.

Did regular Cadillac's have slots on their cars too ?


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67 after going to Mike's link.

Still looking for an answer on Slots for CC only or pass. Cadillac's too.

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P.S. Too bad hubcaps.com doesn't list CC/limo.
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