Does anybody know who is the owner of this special K in Germany? Image Unavailable, Please Login (I confess I did not go through the 745 pages of this thread) Not only it is probably the sole K that had its front face and bumper transformed in that way, but also it may be the sole one equipped with original BBS RS 16" wheels specially designed for Masers of that period with the 4x130 PCD. These BBS wheels were designed for Merak's but are also sometimes installed on Bora's. There were 8"x16" wheels for the front and 10"x16" for the rear, adapted to the central engine configuration of these cars. What is unique with this K is that she is equipped with the big 10" wheels on the four corners with 255 wide Pilot Sport's also on front wheels. This is understandable on a heavy car with front engine configuration, but not straightforward wrt steering and handling. I would like to know from the owner if that required specific adjustments (spacers? smaller barrels?) to clear the steering/suspension components on the front and the fenders on the rear, and if the steering and handling are not too much impacted, even though considering the power steering assistance on the K. For reference, here is a similar view showing the configuration with original wheels/tires: Image Unavailable, Please Login I am asking that because I own a late Indy 4900 also with power steering and I have sourced such BBS RS wheels that I would like to install on my car. But the available room in the wheel wells of the Indy seems not to be as ample as on the K, and I am fearing clearance issues with steering/suspension components as well as handling issues with big tires on the front. I would therefore appreciate first hand info from the owner of that K before buying expensive Pilot Sports and/or modify the front (and rear) 3 pc. RS wheels. If by luck the owner is an F-chatter and could contact me (PM) or if anybody could direct me, that would be appreciated.