Rallye rim

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One type of Rallye rim built by Buick in the muscle car era.

A Rallye rim (or Rally wheel) is a term used in automotive design for optional race car inspired wheels.[1] These wheels would have the appearance of the strong and lightweight wheels of a race car. Although less commonly used today the rallye rim was a popular option available in the muscle car era.

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  1. ^ "1969 Buick GS Order Form (option# V-6)" (PDF). General Motors. August 28, 2008. Retrieved 2009-08-28. 

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