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Old 01-30-2008, 06:51 AM   #1
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Old school Honda/Enkei 13" alloys, super light

I have no idea what car they're from, but here's what I do know:
  • 13x4.5", offset 45mm
  • Honda and Enkei logos stamped on the back
  • 175/70/13 tires on them, in OK shape

My scale says they are 24 lbs with fully inflated tires on them. These would be good for someone trying to change up their look from the usual VX wheels.







I'd like to get $150 plus shipping for them. If you want to save money on shipping, I'll take the tires off, but price is still the same - I have no use for the tires by themselves.

I'm located in Las Vegas, NV and might possibly meet somewhere close to SoCal depending on the price.

Edit: Price drop
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Old 01-30-2008, 03:34 PM   #2
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I've seen them before in the junkyard I believe.

Pretty sure it's from a first gen CRX or prelude.

They are different!
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Old 02-04-2008, 02:25 PM   #3
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I checked as much info as I can for these, and found nothing... not even a picture of them online. I have some part numbers from the back of the wheel if someone can help me solve the mystery where they came from, for my own satisfaction if nothing else.

I want these gone though, so make me an offer, and I'm willing to ship.
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Picking them up is often cheaper if someone is close, even with shiping at least a zip code so we can tell what the cost might be.
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My zip is 89178. For shipping, I'm guessing I can stuff 2 in one box, so figure 2 boxes, each one 24x24x14, about 55 lbs each. I prefer DHL cause I have an account with them, but can use any shipper as long as actual cost is paid.

Price dropped to 150 plus actual shipping.
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I'd also consider a trade for a ScanGauge II + whatever it costs me to ship them.

Edit: Sold!
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