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Thread: FS: Etoile (Sim to Gotti) Type 55 3 Piece Wheels for Porsche 911 widebody or 930

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    FS: Etoile (Sim to Gotti) Type 55 3 Piece Wheels for Porsche 911 widebody or 930

    EDIT - SOLD

    Set of very clean Porsche widebody 911 930 wheels. Etoile type 55. Widths are hard to measure with tires, but I think I've got them right at 8 & 10" wide. Nice thing about 3 piece wheels - and Etoile and Gotti wheels is that you can still get lips, so you can make them whatever size you want.

    The rears have 345/45R15 Yokohama tires on them, and I thought someone might want those, so left them mounted. Fronts are BFG 225/50R15. I am sure they are both many years old. Shipping with tires will be much more expensive, but you get the tires.

    Backspacing on both the 8s and 10s is 5 1/8"

    $1000 obo

    Shipping prices in the lower 48:

    Shipping without tires - $125

    Shipping with tires - $200












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    Gonna pull the tires off and verify widths and if 2pc or 3pc

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    Thanks - it's a really, really good one. Upgraded engine, everything rebuilt, drives surprisingly (to me, anyway) well. It's for sale, too....

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