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Old 12-19-2004, 03:49   #1 (permalink)
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Cost of 16 inch snowflakes

What would be a good price for a set (5) of 16 inch snowflake rims, with the ghia caps
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Re: Cost of 16 inch snowflakes

snowflakes were 15"
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Old 12-19-2004, 14:56   #3 (permalink)
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What would be a good price for a set (5) of 16 inch snowflake rims, with the ghia caps
i'll be selling a set in march i think they are all 15" X7"wide these ones are imac i've bought and sold rough sets for $120 but this set would be $350 how much do you want to pay or are you selling too?
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Re: Cost of 16 inch snowflakes

I've never heard of 16" snowflakes.
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Re: Cost of 16 inch snowflakes

A mate has a set of 4 (15 x 7) with caps. need a good clean. He wants $150 for them. Box Hill(Vic)
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Re: Cost of 16 inch snowflakes

My mistake. They must be 15"

I am trying to sell them in the near future, i just wanted to know what the going rate is.
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My mistake. They must be 15"

I am trying to sell them in the near future, i just wanted to know what the going rate is.
what is you're conclusion??
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