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Getting rid of old wheels. What are they? #145589 Apr 5, 12:11pm Apr 5, 12:11pm
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Getting rid of old wheels. What are they?
These wheels were on my '91 Celica GT when I bought it used. I can't find any brand name marking or anything like that on them. They fit my tires just fine which are P195/60TR - 14 inch Spectrum all seasons blackwall's. I think the way to say it is that the wheels are 14x6 5 hole 5x100/5x4.5 (correct me if I'm wrong please)

Any idea what brand they might be or what they sell for retail? I want to get rid of them but don't want to rip someone off on the sale or sell them way lower than they are worth.

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Re: Getting rid of old wheels. What are they? [Re: celica4life] #145590 Apr 5, 12:14pm Apr 5, 12:14pm

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not much, those look familiar though...i think my buddy has the same ones on his old celica but in a regular gray...

Re: Getting rid of old wheels. What are they? #145591 Apr 5, 1:07pm Apr 5, 1:07pm
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"Not much" as in $50 for all 4 or not much as in $50 a piece? I just need a ballpark figure to go by so I can get these sold. smile

Re: Getting rid of old wheels. What are they? [Re: celica4life] #145592 Apr 6, 9:04am Apr 6, 9:04am
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Well, I was searching online and I found these rims on a Toyota parts website. They are Aluminum type D stock wheels for the 90-92 Celica GT.

New retail they are $271.40 eek

The previous owner of the car didn't take great care of the wheels so I'm going to sell them considerably less then that.

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