One of the most popular wheel choices in the muscle car era was the beautiful Magnum 500 wheels they introduced in late 1963. First available in 14 inches, they later became available in 16 inches as the dimensions of the wheels grew. The Magnum 500 was a common factory option on almost all muscle cars, so Ford, GM, and Mopar used them on their cars.
Interestingly, only one company refused to install them on their muscle cars. That’s right – no Pontiac ever came with the Magnum 500, but with their own version they had named Rally II wheels.