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Neat. Noticed they are 2002 photos tho. Your link gives email address. See if this is the link:

1976 GL1000 Goldwing LTD
 

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There were aftermarket cast wheels available back then. I've seen a couple of early 'Wings with them. I forgot the name but there's bound to be several here who do know.
 

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exavid wrote:
There were aftermarket cast wheels available back then. I've seen a couple of early 'Wings with them. I forgot the name but there's bound to be several here who do know.
Lester wheels.
 

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exavid wrote:
There were aftermarket cast wheels available back then. I've seen a couple of early 'Wings with them. I forgot the name but there's bound to be several here who do know.
Lester made wheels that fit on early Kaws and Zukes and looked like the ones in the pics. But Idon't know if that's what they are?
 

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Bagmaster and his hyperdrive flying fingers again. Probably even using his toes to type too.
I'm even surprised I remembered the name as it's been over 20 years since I first heard it mentioned when I bought my first Wing. It just popped right back into my head. :shock::shock:
 

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unfortunately it does have Lesters.Ithink the factory gold wheels is what makes the LTD stand out from the others. JB
 

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Those pics are dated 2002, or didn't any of you catch that little tidbit? So what does it really look like now?
 
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