All these wheels came on my car and and I'd love to find out what kind they are. Can anyone help me?
I know Sears main sources were Superior and later Cragar- They made no effort to distinguish an in-store brand during the late 60s and 70s. How do I know that? I was a partime battery man in a Sears Auto Center and bought up all the wheels in bulk at a huge discount in my store when Sears stopped selling custom rims back in the late 70s. They later sold Appliance rims, which by then, were junk.It sounds like they might be a department store brand - in that I mean wheel makers such as Appliance, Rocket, ET, Western, etc. often made wheels for larger chain stores with auto centers (e.g., Montgomery Wards and Sears). Generally, these wheels didn't have any specific markings.