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Identifying genuine Fuchs 2.0 liter 4-lug alloys?

I am about to replace tires on my 74 2.0 and am pretty sure that the wheels on the car are Fuchs replicas. The thing is that they don't look like the typical replicas you see. The fields between the "spokes" have a much more pronounced rough finish. Hard to explain, but not smooth like genuine or replicas I've seen.

Is there a way to ID a genuine Fuchs wheel? Markings? Were there multiple replicas available long ago?

If replicas, I need to find a genuine set to install/restore. Sources?

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see this post for fuch wheel id info......

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