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FS: BBS RGR 18x8.5 - Powder Coated (Gunmetal Grey)

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A full set of BBS RGR wheels off of my E36 M3. Wheels were originally silver in color till one of my friends decided to bend a wheel. Then I had one of the wheels fixed and powder coated the entire set in Gunmetal Grey. Front tires have about 60-70% tread left on them and rears have about 40%. 3 wheels are absolutely perfect, one has a very, very small knick that is not even noticeable and has been pictured below.

Wheel specs are:
Rim size: 18x8.5
Offset: 38mm
Backspacing: 6.22"
Bolt Pattern: 5-120
Rec. Tire Size: 225/40-18
Weight: 19.4lbs.

New these wheels are now $780ea. = 3120
Powder coated cost was: $575

I'm asking $2,700 obo. Please don't low ball if you going to make offers
Thank you.

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love your wheels!!! Gl with the sale....i would buy them but im a poor college kid =) lol
 

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Those look pretty sick. Do you have any pics of them on your ride? I have BBS RE's off the car and about to be powdercoated as soon as I can decide on a color. Do you have any more info on how these were done? I was thinking of a getting the Black Chrome which is very similar to what you have but yours also seem to maybe have a bit of sparkle as an undercoat. So free bump and any info is appreciated.
 

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The bend wasn't bad at all, there was no crack. The wheels are forged so they can take a beating.
 
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