New Owner: How much can I sell my factory California T forged diamond wheels for?

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  1. Klnflp

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    #1 Klnflp, Jul 26, 2020
    Last edited: Jul 26, 2020
    I found a few good offers on some after market wheels. If I buy I would be interested in offloading my factory forged diamond wheels off my California T.

    I noticed the msrp for my wheels are around 8k. How much would I realistically be able to offload them for to the community or on eBay? I wouldn’t mind aggressively pricing them to sell vs sitting around in my garage. I just don’t want to overprice them and let them sit forever.

    I haven’t pull the trigger but just getting an estimate for now if that makes sense.

    1. Price wheels alone
    2.Price wheels tires 70% thread

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  3. Jedi

    Jedi Two Time F1 World Champ
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    Were it me, I'd store them away for the day in the future when I sold the car. MOST buyers would greatly appreciate having the OEM wheels come with the car, even if not mounted.

    Just my 2/100 of a buck

    Nice car, BTW :)

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  4. RogerBileau

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  5. vjd3

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    The tires really don't add any value to the rims ... just increase the cost of shipping, if you are shipping.

    If they are straight and in perfect condition (no dings, etc), guessing $2500-3000? I've seen brand new sets for $4k.

    But I agree, I would hang onto them for when you sell/trade the car, as you'll get nothing for the aftermarkets rims when you trade. Can always put them back on the car and sell the aftermarkets later.
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  6. bradford4809

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    I paid $4000.00 for a new set on E Bay from a Ferrari dealer.
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  8. Regular Guy 01

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    Remember that the date code on the tires need to be kept in mind also.
    If they are over 7 years old their value is next to nothing to many (even though there might be 70% tread left).
    Shipping cost would be a lot less for the wheels without the tires as previously mentioned.

    I too would keep the oem and reinstall them if I were to sell the car in the future.
    Perhaps give the next owner a choice if they want to purchase car with oem or aftermarket wheels.

    Just my thoughts,
    G G
  9. Rosso328

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    What Jedi said.

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