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Looking for a "new" look? Want the true classic style?

Maybe you want to protect your high $$ billet, chrome or wire wheels from the elements this winter?

This deal might be your answer.


These wheels (14 X 6 ½) and hub caps have been in dry storage in their original shipping boxes for the past 35 years. They were sold on a 1972 350SL but will fit many older models of Mercedes with 5 lug bolt patterns including 107, 108, 116, 124, 114, and so forth. They were on the car for about five years in southern California. When the 350SL moved to the Sacramento. California area , the prior owner purchased different wheels and these went into storage. The hubbies are in really nice shape with only one showing some curb rash and were on the car long enough to show some signs of normal wear.
I’d like to sell the wheels and hub caps together. Asking $400 plus shipping. All reasonable offers will be considered. If you would like these separated, please PM me with what you want and an commensurate offer. If you want a shipping quote to your location, please PM me with your address and an offer. Low ball offers will not receive a response.
 

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will it fit my w111?
Not sure. I listed the chassis #'s I was sure about. The wheel size 6 1/2 X 14. The Benz PN is 1084000802 (per Benz dealer, this PN has been replaced by PN 1264000702. You will need to check with your MB dealer, recyler, or service center for fitment options and cross references.

Thanks for your inquiry and I hope to hear from you.
 

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will it fit my w111?
Not sure. I listed the chassis #'s I was sure about. The wheel size is 6 1/2 X 14. The Benz PN is 1084000802 (per Benz dealer, this PN has been replaced by PN 1264000702. While I believe there's a very good chance these will fit your W111 because they will fit a W108 (The Mercedes Heckflosse (or Fintail) Homepage states: The 220 SE was replaced by the 250SE (W108) )

You should check with your MB dealer, recyler, and/ or service center for fitment options and cross references.

Thanks for your inquiry and I hope to hear from you.
 
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