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I HAVE A COMPLETE SET OF 4 LORINSER D93 20 INCH RIMS

MADE IN GERMANY, EXTREMELY HARD TO FIND
PURCHASED IN 1998 BY MY FATHER AT CEC GERMAN TUNERS
IN CENTURY CITY.
MY FATHER PAID $8000.00 FOR THE RIMS AND TIRES THEN.
I TOOK THEM OFF THE MERCEDES AND PUT BACK THE STOCK RIMS.

THE RIMS ARE USED AND IN NEED OF RE-CHROMING. THERE ARE A FEW SCUFFS BUT OVERALL THE RIMS ARE IN GREAT CONDITION. THEY WILL FIT MANY DIFFERENT
MERCEDES.



Rim Information
Rim Brand: Lorinser Number of Bolts: 5 Rim Material: Chrome
Rim Width: 9.5J Bolt Pattern: 5 X 112mm Rim Structure: One Piece
Rim Diameter (inches): 20 Offset: 50 Manufacturer Part Number: D93

Tire information
Tire Brand: KUMHO
Tire Size: 255/35ZR20 97Y XL
Model: ECSTA SPT

THE TIRES ARE INTACT BUT HAVE SUBSTANTIAL WEAR.
3 TIRES ARE DRIVABLE.
INCLUDED ARE THE EXTREMELY HARD TO FIND LARGE CENTER CAPS
AND THE CENTER CAP REMOVING TOOL, AND A FEW EXTRA FILLER BOLTS FOR THE CAPS.
I AM ASKING $1100 OR BEST OFFER. I am located in Malibu.

CALL OR LEAVE A MESSAGE
310 457-4530 (FIRST)
805 236-5517 (SECOND)

THANKS VERY MUCH!
 

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You had these for sale on ebay for awhile and they never sold. Your asking way to much for a set of rims that are in terrible condition. Ill give you $400.00 shipped if you can prove that they are lorinsers. Do you have any closeups of the lorinser logo engraed on the faces?
 

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Dear TUFLON,
Clearly you are completely misinformed or not very smart, because if you had read my entries on eBay you would have understood the posts.
I listed the S600 and the Lorinser rims separately because I took the Lorinser rims off the car because they were getting old, they hadn't been re-chromed, and they just are not to my liking. My father did pay 8k for them way back in 1998, and no, they have not been touched since. If you know anything about chrome rims, then you know that they oxidize as time goes by. I also live on the beach and the ocean air is not good for anything chromed, even in the garage. I prefer their original stock rims. I had listed the vehicle and the rims this past summer, but I had to go back to Europe to work and I didn't get the chance to sell them, so now that I am back in the US for the holidays, I thought I would list them again.....is that clear to you? By the way, the rims are not in terrible condition....they are simply oxidized and in need of re-chroming. Did you know that it is illegal to chrome anything in L.A. County? I don't want the rims and if you knew how rare a complete set is, you wouldn't lowball the price.
Why you would make such incorrect statements on a public forum like this is shameful and immature. Maybe you could take a course in civility and learn to be a gentleman, because uninformed people like you certainly know how to put your foot in your mouth all too easily.
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