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Hello there,

After almost 18 months of work, my new (to me) 1993 600SEC is finally ready to roll.
The car came to me with an AMG staggered set from a late model E55, I believe.
Part numbers for the wheels are 2114012602 (front) and 2114012702 (rear)
These are original AMG products made in Austria.

The wheels are in excellent shape with some minor imperfections (curb rash on 3, as pictured).

Front are 8" wide, rear are 9" wide.
Offset for the front -- ET 30 mm
Offset for the rear -- ET 33 mm

The tires are directional. Vredestein Guigiaro made in the Netherlands.

Front are 245/40/ZR18 97Y
Rear are 265/35/ZR18 97Y
Treadwear 280, traction AA, temperature A

Production year 2009, but in fantastic condition.
I have put zero miles on them. The previous owner had less than 1000 miles over his ca. 5 years of ownership.

The tires are slightly undersized for the C140 (>5% smaller diameter than the stock 235/60/16).
This is the main reason I'd like to sell them and get another set.
More details are mentioned here:

http://www.benzworld.org/forums/w140...l#post14323466

$1000 for the set. I am in the northern part of Delaware and will prefer to deal locally. Shipping can be arranged, but at buyer's expense.

PM me if interested.

Best regards,
Steve

PS Will not break the set. Center caps included.
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Aaahhhh, over 6 weeks, 200 views and zero responses.
Does this mean that those rims/tires are not in demand? Or...?

The regular visitors of this section know that very often, FS posts become the subject of heated debates. Anyone willing to chime in?

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Hello there,

After almost 18 months of work, my new (to me) 1993 600SEC is finally ready to roll.
The car came to me with an AMG staggered set from a late model E55, I believe.
Part numbers for the wheels are 2114012602 (front) and 2114012702 (rear)
These are original AMG products made in Austria.

The wheels are in excellent shape with some minor imperfections (curb rash on 3, as pictured).

Front are 8" wide, rear are 9" wide.
Offset for the front -- ET 30 mm
Offset for the rear -- ET 33 mm

The tires are directional. Vredestein Guigiaro made in the Netherlands.

Front are 245/40/ZR18 97Y
Rear are 265/35/ZR18 97Y
Treadwear 280, traction AA, temperature A

Production year 2009, but in fantastic condition.
I have put zero miles on them. The previous owner had less than 1000 miles over his ca. 5 years of ownership.

The tires are slightly undersized for the C140 (>5% smaller diameter than the stock 235/60/16).
This is the main reason I'd like to sell them and get another set.
More details are mentioned here:

http://www.benzworld.org/forums/w140...l#post14323466

$1000 for the set. I am in the northern part of Delaware and will prefer to deal locally. Shipping can be arranged, but at buyer's expense.

PM me if interested.

Best regards,
Steve

PS Will not break the set. Center caps included.
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Stock wheels in general are a hard sell unless they are a special or "rare" version. Most people that update their wheels want something different then the average car on the road. 7 yr old tires are probably not helping your sale much either. Most people are replacing them by then. I'm sure not many people in the states have ever heard of that brand.....They maybe an excellent tire I don't know, but people tend to buy what they are familiar with. Shipping is always an issue when selling something as bulky and heavy as wheels/tires too. This leaves the local market which depending on where you live maybe slim pickins. Just my two cents since you wanted someone to chime in. CHIME ;-) Good luck with the sale. Maybe try ebay and sell them individually....some people maybe looking for a single rim to replace a damaged/cracked rim to match their stock set. Just an idea.
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Stock wheels in general are a hard sell unless they are a special or "rare" version. Most people that update their wheels want something different then the average car on the road. 7 yr old tires are probably not helping your sale much either. Most people are replacing them by then. I'm sure not many people in the states have ever heard of that brand.....They maybe an excellent tire I don't know, but people tend to buy what they are familiar with. Shipping is always an issue when selling something as bulky and heavy as wheels/tires too. This leaves the local market which depending on where you live maybe slim pickins. Just my two cents since you wanted someone to chime in. CHIME ;-) Good luck with the sale. Maybe try ebay and sell them individually....some people maybe looking for a single rim to replace a damaged/cracked rim to match their stock set. Just an idea.
Thank you for the response. Points well taken.
I've got a brief follow up question, if you don't mind -- my C140 is my first Benz product and I am not familiar with the new ones. I have no idea of what stock rims mean to you and the owners of the cars that these wheels could fit.

The AMG rims (not replicas) for the old MBs cannot be called "stock".

Anyhow, reading between the lines means that $1K for the set is not THE price that will attract potential buyers.

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I'm interested in them and am in Central NJ. Don't mind the ride but the price is a bit high. I have a stock E55 and prefer the stock wheel.

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I'm interested in them and am in Central NJ. Don't mind the ride but the price is a bit high. I have a stock E55 and prefer the stock wheel.
PM me, please.
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Hello there,

After almost 18 months of work, my new (to me) 1993 600SEC is finally ready to roll.
The car came to me with an AMG staggered set from a late model E55, I believe.
Part numbers for the wheels are 2114012602 (front) and 2114012702 (rear)
These are original AMG products made in Austria.

The wheels are in excellent shape with some minor imperfections (curb rash on 3, as pictured).

Front are 8" wide, rear are 9" wide.
Offset for the front -- ET 30 mm
Offset for the rear -- ET 33 mm

The tires are directional. Vredestein Guigiaro made in the Netherlands.

Front are 245/40/ZR18 97Y
Rear are 265/35/ZR18 97Y
Treadwear 280, traction AA, temperature A

Production year 2009, but in fantastic condition.
I have put zero miles on them. The previous owner had less than 1000 miles over his ca. 5 years of ownership.

The tires are slightly undersized for the C140 (>5% smaller diameter than the stock 235/60/16).
This is the main reason I'd like to sell them and get another set.
More details are mentioned here:

http://www.benzworld.org/forums/w140...l#post14323466

$1000 for the set. I am in the northern part of Delaware and will prefer to deal locally. Shipping can be arranged, but at buyer's expense.

PM me if interested.

Best regards,
Steve

PS Will not break the set. Center caps included.
I've gotten a few PMs with the question "do the wheels have TMPS?"

I don't know if there are TMPS sensors.
My early w140 does not come with this option and short of dismounting the tires of the rims, I cannot think of another way to confirm it.

A member also suggested I add a close-up picture of the valve stem -- I've done just that below (apologies for the lack of focus, my camera could not do any better)

Steve
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as a previous post mentions, old tires are not easy to sell, imo also, take the tire s off, and list the rims as set on ebay. easy to ship without tires, and you ll most likely get 200 / rim.

there are many that like the stock look, i am one of them !

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as a previous post mentions, old tires are not easy to sell
Agreed, but the tires are practically unused. It will be a pity to get rid of them.
Someone could easily put a season or two on them.

The Vredesteins are at least two sizes smaller than what the C140 calls for and the reason I offered the set for sale. Otherwise, they look very good on my beast (picture attached). Plus, with an offset in the 30s, the car looks a bit more modern/aggressive.

If I pay someone to remove/dispose the tires, I will be keeping the rims. Installing the correct tires for my car at this point will be super easy.

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Steve, don't know about NJ but at America's Tire here in Kalifornia, they will not touch or balance a tire that old. It is a gimmick I know, but that's the way the "tire rolls".
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