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^^^ The important metrics for your stock setup is
7x15H2 ET25 5x112
7" inch wide rim, 15" diameter with a 25mm offset. 5 bolt at 112mm spacing. Bolt seat is not chamfer, but a radius Rim is hub-centric, but I forget size...


Compare and you're all set.

edit found hubcentric dia... 66.5mm
 

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Probably not, but you'll need to know the wheel width and ET to be sure.

It appears by reading the ad that the seller doesn't have a clue.
 

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I was also looking for rims at a local used shop - put a 17" on and they did fit my 89 560SL. I'm 99% sure that they were the same wheels from the same car your looking at. He wanted $1000 for them. I took a pass - just looking for some beaters for the winter myself. I found some at a local junk yard off an '87. If you are looking for a nicer set, that junkyard did have a set of 4 chrome 15# OEM's. Google M&M Auto Recyclers in Stafford, VA. They ship.
 

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Mr. Z posted some specs.
I believe the specs are:

17" x 7.5" 36mm offset (front)
17" x 8.5" 34mm offset (rear)
 

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Proper ET for a set of 7 1/2" wide rims on a 107 is around et18.
So if the rims are et36, 18mm or so spacers would be required, along with the proper length bolts.
 
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