I've got three part numbers of 6.5x14 et30 bundts:
126 400 2102 (5 or more) See pic of five wheels. Old tires varying sizes.
126 400 1902 (4 or more) snow tires, two nice old continentals. Two studded. See pic of four wheels.
108 400 ???? (5 or more) various condition tires, at least four have white letters on outsides.
I have scrubbed them all to the point where you at least won't get your hands dirty while handling them. The kids enjoyed it.
They are here if you need them. Some look brand new as if they only lived in the trunk of a nice car, while others have flaking paint and clear coat.
Prices could range anywhere from $25-$75 per wheel depending on go bad I want them or want to get rid of them that day. I would be glad to dump the worst four for $100/set of four. I probably wouldn't want too much more for the best four I have. I'm inclined to try and hold onto the 108 wheels for some stupid reason. The others I will be glad to see go.
All have tires and tire sizes vary from 185-205 in tread width and most are 70 or 75 profile. There are two studded snows. Two nice continental snows. And the set of white letter bundts that came on my 280slc, the 108 part number wheels in inclined to hold into. All the tires are very old. They are perfectly fine to put your project on until it's ready for new tires though.
It probably going to be cheaper for you to take delivery of the wheel with the tire because I'm not too included to spend the $8-10 to remove the tire before shipping, at least not for individual wheels. However, if you are buying a full set, ok, I can see the logic behind removing the tires.
Let me know your goals.
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