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Other post was getting too busy.
Last thing left to sell.
OEM 18" wheels off a M3. No tires. Fronts are 18x8, rears are 18x9. Minor curb rash on one front and one rear. All repairable. These would make great track rims.
Please no low ball offers, and they have to go as a set because it's a pain to have just two wheels haning around.
The first $600 (plus shipping to your zip code) gets them.
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Sorry, I don't think I can ship to Europe. It's a bit out of the way. Plus it would cost an arm and a leg to get it out there.
Thanks though.
 

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...also, if you're local, I'd be willing to do a trade for non oem type 17's or 18's, depending on what you have. No type 68's though!
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I think you are right about the shipping...i would buy things here...its just that its not fair that european car parts costs more...so much more in Europe that in US...:((( not to say the car itself... i envy you...


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pics...

front wheels
<img src=http://photos.e46fanatics.com/data/500/10985fronts.jpg>
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rear wheels
<img src=http://photos.e46fanatics.com/data/500/10985rears.jpg>
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all four
<img src=http://photos.e46fanatics.com/data/500/10985all_4.jpg>
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front wheel
<img src=http://photos.e46fanatics.com/data/500/10985front_rim.jpg>
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rear wheel
<img src=http://photos.e46fanatics.com/data/500/10985rear_rim.jpg>
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same rear wheel
<img src=http://photos.e46fanatics.com/data/500/10985rear_rim1.jpg>
 

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Fit

Do the rims fit a 323i with 35 to 45 profile size tires without rubbing???
and is the finish on the rims a gun metal/smoked color???

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The rears will not fit with out extensive work to the car and the rear wheels. I've been told (and read around) that first you need your fenders rolled, then have about 3 mm or so shaved off the offset of the rear wheels.
I don't know about the tire thing though. I've looked at it on my car with the stock wheels, 255/40's and figure a 255/35 is the same diameter as what i have on there now, but that's a $400 gamble getting the tires....but if you know something I don't....
The color is the stock color. I believe it's called hyper silver (?). The pic was taken at night in my garage with flourescent lighting.
 

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I understand rolling the fenders but what part of shaving are you talking about?

the actual rear rim?
or shaving fender?
 

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shaving the inside of the rear rims. the area that contacts the mounting point.
 
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