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Can you identify these wheels?

These wheels came on a 75 2.0 914 I bought for parts. They look like Fuchs. They are 15 X 6, 4 bolt, 5 pedals, 4 lug "cookie cutter" style. The only markings on them that is stamped once on one of the pedals of each wheel appears to be "PFC 342"--The F and 3 are hard to read on all 4 wheels and may not be correct. I assume they are aftermarket?? The hole for the center caps measures around 3 1/4 inch outside diameter with a lip of about 1/2 inch getting smaller on the inside.

Much appreciated

On a previous thread, I was mistakenly given a link for center caps (which I am looking for) that have a 2 3/8 inch OD which makes me think these might not be "2-Liter Alloys"

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Do you have a way to post pictures? That would help enormously.
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Thanks Mark for your help. I have uploaded a picture link on original post.
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very typical....usually wrong offset..... found for under 150 bucks all day long
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I you want to sell them, aim towards the VW crowd.
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Those are Rivieras.

Although they don't usually sell for a whole lot, they look to be very, very clean. You might get a decent price with their condition.

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