Factory PP Wheel Resale Price

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  1. Ewheels

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    Does anyone know what the factory PP wheels sell for? To clarify, the 19x9 +45 and 19x9.5 +52 wheels. I have searched through craigslist and ebay every now and then and haven't seen any for sale. I've seen replicas sold new but never used factory wheels.

    I would like to get a set of street wheels and therefore sell my factory PP wheels but I have no clue what these sell for
     
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    $4-800, I see them all the time down here.
     
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    Is that for only the wheels or with tires as well?
     
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    Either, a lot of the ones I see end up being near bald on the rear so the tires are useless for anything other than driving to get new tires put on anyway.
     
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    I just sold mine on offer up for 800.00, which was the complete asking price, with tires that had about 12k on the A/S 3's. I did not accept anything lower because I knew they would sell for that price sooner or later and I didnt want to hassle with saying no to shipping.
     
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    Contact Lebanon Ford... they frequently have takeoffs from their builds with brand new tires for about $1k
     
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    I've been dealing on this topic for months to get a set of PP1 wheels for my sons car. I bought and resold a set of wheels only (with sensors) for $600. They sold in under a week. I also bought a set in excellent condition with the stock Michelin's still on (about 2,000 miles on the tires; no burnouts) for $1,000. From all the shopping I've done, these two numbers for with/without tires seems to be pretty average.
     
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    Keep 'em. When you go to sell the car the down the road put them back on and then sell the aftermarket ones separately. What I'd do. End up getting the same money if you have the aftermarket on anyway. I'll get more money selling the aftermarket separately as previously stated.
     
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    If you're not hurting for the cash, this is a very true statement. The problem with PP1 wheels vs my scenario (2016 Focus) is that the PP1 wheels will sell. My wheels weren't going anywhere, LOL. But come trade in time, I did just this and the dealer didn't even notice, much less care.
     
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