Vintage JDM 5-Lug Wheels

longchamp5lug Finding the proper old school wheels can be a problem for those of us who are inclined towards cars like the Toyota Crown. That’s because unlike 99 percent of old Japanese cars out there it has a 5-lug bolt pattern. Popular vintage wheels with the extra hole can look nearly identical to their 4-lug counterparts. Or, they can look wildly different: Longchamps, pictured above, gain a hole but lose a spoke. Check out Beeoneoneoh for more 5-lug variations.

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7 Responses to Vintage JDM 5-Lug Wheels

  1. J.Ramirez (zetozeto99) said:

    Weird! Never seen those before!

  2. Nigel said:

    I’ve seen those on a 330 Cedric, Longchamps eh!

  3. zulu said:

    i like the 5 lug cars. and if its 5×114.3 easy solution for rims is starion rims if you can find them.

  4. Neil said:

    I’ve seen old Super Advans on an Mr2 SW20 before in blue, that looked pretty hot. first ever i’ve seen one with 5 lug

  5. GT-R380 said:

    The old S54 Prince Skyline GT’s are five studs. Funnily enough the only car with the same PCD and size wheel (13″) was the early (’60-64) Ford Falcon commercials (utes and vans) or the very very first Mustangs. They used the Falcon 13″ wheel for the first few months then went to 14″. Do the Toyotas share a pattern with anything else of the time?

  6. andy said:

    toyota’s have the same stud pattern…5×114.3

  7. colink said:

    great selection of wheels