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$2K for the pair?
Thanks, found and bookmarked their web page.
THANKS!, Image is a good company. They produced the wheels I'm using on my Lancia Stratos replica. Another company in th U.K. is Compomotive.
Thanks for the pics.. Some I haven't seen yet. Got a folder full. It's frustrating that there's a boat load of 19's out there, but very few...
That's why I'm asking for some pics ;)
Country of manufacture is not an issue. $$3K+ for a set of wheels is not "cheap" IMO. Materials, quality control, certifications and warranty are...
what ever I get will have to be ordered, most likely, and that can take anywhere near 4 to 6 weeks and this thread will have been buried and...
Actually, The RS41 is on my short list.
Hey guys... as of 2019, the number of manufacturers who make 18" wheels, let alone wheels with the necessary offsets for the F355 is surprisingly...
how much, may I ask?
It's been a couple years, but checking anyways... Have that last set available?
1 set - 17mm scuderia hex style head in stock 52mm length
what are the offsets of the wheels?
Follow up pics?
18" Speedline in Silver (or grey) for the F355 still around? Best Prices?
Can't tell for sure, but a high probability is that Ferrari used existing Magnetti Marelli parts and from the picture it sure looks like a Fiat...
very very nice.... did you notice any difference with the CF air filter covers?
got a tick under 175 before I had to brake for turn 12 at Road Atlanta a few years ago on track day with the SCCA..
ok, agreed y'all... going to the 225/40-18's up front.
this is a given, question really boils down to, how much (buldging and overhang)?. With only 1/2 inch difference, in practical terms of normal...