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Thread: "R" Fuchs wheel set 6's and 7's

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    "R" Fuchs wheel set 6's and 7's

    Perfectly restored and ready for that special car.
    One 6r retains ink stamp 901 361 012 03. These wheels dated 9/67 and 11/67.

    7r's are stamped 901 361 012 05
    Dates are 10/68 and 6/69.

    $16000
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    More pix...
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    1962 356 S Cab gone
    1967 911S Coupe
    2008 RS60 Boxster gone
    1973.5 911T targa soft window Gone
    Runge 008 Gone
    2002 996 TT x-50 Gone
    2016 Boxster GTS pts gulf orange
    1969 912 SWT pts green

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    Holy grail set
    Bump
    1962 356 S Cab gone
    1967 911S Coupe
    2008 RS60 Boxster gone
    1973.5 911T targa soft window Gone
    Runge 008 Gone
    2002 996 TT x-50 Gone
    2016 Boxster GTS pts gulf orange
    1969 912 SWT pts green

    Can I be FRANK with you ?

    Live everyday like it's your last .
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    Quote Originally Posted by maverick View Post
    Holy grail set
    Bump
    It must be for $16K...had no idea!!

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    $100k+T's
    $100k+sw 912's
    $400K + sw 911S.
    Car prices are ridiculous
    Actually with inflation running rampant , I actually believe this to be a good deal in this current market.
    1962 356 S Cab gone
    1967 911S Coupe
    2008 RS60 Boxster gone
    1973.5 911T targa soft window Gone
    Runge 008 Gone
    2002 996 TT x-50 Gone
    2016 Boxster GTS pts gulf orange
    1969 912 SWT pts green

    Can I be FRANK with you ?

    Live everyday like it's your last .
    Eventually you'll be right.

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    Spooky bump
    1962 356 S Cab gone
    1967 911S Coupe
    2008 RS60 Boxster gone
    1973.5 911T targa soft window Gone
    Runge 008 Gone
    2002 996 TT x-50 Gone
    2016 Boxster GTS pts gulf orange
    1969 912 SWT pts green

    Can I be FRANK with you ?

    Live everyday like it's your last .
    Eventually you'll be right.

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    You may want to put these on an international site like...Collecting Cars or even BAT.

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    I have sold many sets of Fuchs on Bat so I am very familiar with the process. Alot of flat sixes and deep sixes. The market is pretty established for those wheels so you know generally where you are going to end up$$. Which is important when going no reserve.
    Bat only accepts wheels at no reserve so kinda a crapshoot on the R set. Might get kissed or might get f'd.
    Very hard to put a set like this together so I don't really want to take the chance
    1962 356 S Cab gone
    1967 911S Coupe
    2008 RS60 Boxster gone
    1973.5 911T targa soft window Gone
    Runge 008 Gone
    2002 996 TT x-50 Gone
    2016 Boxster GTS pts gulf orange
    1969 912 SWT pts green

    Can I be FRANK with you ?

    Live everyday like it's your last .
    Eventually you'll be right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maverick View Post
    $100k+T's
    $100k+sw 912's
    $400K + sw 911S.
    Car prices are ridiculous
    Actually with inflation running rampant , I actually believe this to be a good deal in this current market.
    +1 Not sure about “good deal” but these wheels are unobtanium. Many parts are also increasingly difficult to impossible to source. They may be out there, but be prepared to pay significant premium.
    1957 356A Cab Condor Yellow
    1970 911E Targa “CONDA G”
    1970 911T3.2 “Meatballs”
    1972 911T2.5 “AWBRGN”
    1972 911T Targa Glaserblau

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    We know 7r's go from $6-8k per set and the 6R's are hen's teeth.
    1962 356 S Cab gone
    1967 911S Coupe
    2008 RS60 Boxster gone
    1973.5 911T targa soft window Gone
    Runge 008 Gone
    2002 996 TT x-50 Gone
    2016 Boxster GTS pts gulf orange
    1969 912 SWT pts green

    Can I be FRANK with you ?

    Live everyday like it's your last .
    Eventually you'll be right.

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