|October 13th, 2004, 08:50 PM||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2002
Location: Wise, VA
18" Volk wheels for sale with tires (4x100)
</disclaimer> First off, lemme state, these are high-end, top-of-the-line import wheels. If you don't know who Volk Racing wheels are, or how much they cost new, you're gonna think I'm asking a ridiculous amount, however, that is quite the contrary. A brand new set of 18" Volk Racing GT-N wheels alone will cost you at least $1800 shipped. I can guarantee you can't find them cheaper than that. Remember that's no freakin' tires either. I'm asking a lot less with tires and a spare wheel. Sorry if I come off strong, I just wanna make this clear so people don't think I'm a lunatic. </disclaimer>
Five (5) 18x7.5" Volk Racing GT-N wheels. 4x100 lug pattern.
Four (4) Continental ContiExtremeContact 215/35/ZR18 tires mounted and balanced on 4 of the Volks.
Price: $1750 shipped OBO
Wheels: Volk Racing is world-reknown for their multi-piece forged racing wheels. The GT series has also been a staple for Volk for a long time as well. The wheels I am selling are the GT-N's. They are 18x7.5" with a +44 offset and a 4x100 lug pattern. Four of the wheels are mounted and balanced with tires. There are no bends in the wheels whatsoever. Also included in this sale is an extra fifth 18" Volk GT-N wheel. It's never had a tire mounted on it or been put to use. It's only been taken out of the box to have pictures taken of. It's excellent though if you ever severely curb or somehow ruin one of your wheels. You can also use it as a hood prop at a show or you can incorporate it into a custom trunk enclosure if you wanted. Retail on a single 18" Volk GT-N wheel is $500.
Tires: Four of the five wheels are wrapped in 215/35/ZR18 Continental ContiExtremeContact tires. All four tires have excellent tread as well. They were only used for shows. There is no camber wear whatsoever on any of them.
If you have any further questions, just lemme know. I don't really expect these to sell on here considering most people don't have 4x100, but I figure'd I'd give it a shot. Sorry for the long post.
Here's the pics:
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