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Shock(/\)ave
04-19-2007, 12:39 AM
Are you looking for a set of rare factory BMW MOTORSPORT wheels for your E36 at a more affordable price than an original set of LTW wheels?

http://img240.imageshack.us/img240/7711/p4180011ic6.jpg

If you've clicked on this thread you might already know what these are: one of the best factory E36 wheels BMW ever made in their rarest form. These wheels are no longer available from BMW, and were only an option in Canada on the 45 1994 Canadian Edition cars or in the U.S. on cars from 1995 only.

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This is a complete set of 4 17"X7.5" M3 wheels, 3 of which are straight and true with varying degrees of mostly minor curb rash on them, 1 of which will require refinishing.

Here are pictures of the damage on the wheel which will need refinishing:

http://img172.imageshack.us/img172/2015/p4180015ee1.jpg

http://img260.imageshack.us/img260/482/p4180016ax7.jpg

The damaged wheel is bent, but was successfully balanced and held air without leaking when the last set of tires were mounted on them. The other wheels show well overall and have no cracks, bends or any other problems.

I bought these from a seller in the U.S. for use on my 325iS this season who neglected to mention one was damaged, but since I can't afford to go without wheels on my daily driver while I sort out this set I am keeping another more expensive set of wheels I bought for the M3 instead.

My loss on these is your gain. *mumble*

The price is $750 (Canadian dollars) picked up near Woodbridge, but I'll ship these anywhere in North America at your expense for actual shipping costs plus a nominal $25 for packing materials and my time. I have discounted the usual selling price of these wheels by $100 to account for the cost of refinishing the damaged wheel.

Thanks for looking! *th-up*

Shock(/\)ave
04-19-2007, 06:13 PM
Pictures of all 4 wheels:

http://img266.imageshack.us/img266/990/p4180004on8.jpg

http://img266.imageshack.us/img266/3619/p4180005iq0.jpg

http://img138.imageshack.us/img138/8030/p4180008hf9.jpg

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Shock(/\)ave
08-11-2007, 03:41 AM
In an effort to move these wheels out of my garage I'm dropping the price down to $650 (Canadian dollars) picked up near Woodbridge, but I'll ship these anywhere in North America at your expense for actual shipping costs plus a nominal $25 for packing materials and my time.

I have now discounted the usual selling price of these wheels by $200 to account for the cost of refinishing.

Thanks again for looking! :)

Soldo
08-11-2007, 06:22 AM
Not to kill your thread, but having bought/sold a couple sets of these wheels i can tell you right now that $650 for BENT DS I's (even though it's only one wheel) with no tires is way to overpriced. These go for 6-800 depending on how good the tires are that come with it!

Either way, good luck with the sale!

Shock(/\)ave
08-11-2007, 11:28 AM
Not to kill your thread, but having bought/sold a couple sets of these wheels i can tell you right now that $650 for BENT DS I's (even though it's only one wheel) with no tires is way to overpriced.

I've seen sets of these in great condition sell for $850 even on this forum, believe it or not.

I think I'll probably have to get them all refinished before they'll sell...

jameswbl
08-11-2007, 01:56 PM
I've seen sets of these in great condition sell for $850 even on this forum, believe it or not.

I think I'll probably have to get them all refinished before they'll sell...

all about supply and demand...they are worth as much as the person who is willing to pay for them...:D

GL...rare rims

Shock(/\)ave
05-03-2010, 06:41 PM
This thread may be three years old, but these wheels are still neatly stacked in my garage awaiting refinishing (and I long ago sold the car they were originally meant for). :D

The first buyer with $550 (Canadian dollars) takes them picked up near Woodbridge, but I'll still ship these anywhere in North America at your expense for actual shipping costs plus a nominal $25 for packing materials and my time.