Available for auction is a set of 18" Speedline Corse Ferrari two-piece wheels. These wheels feature a silver face with a polished outer lip. The wheels are wrapped in Continental ExtremeContact Sport tires with excellent tread life. Casting marks including part numbers and manufacturer logos can be seen on the rear of the wheels as well as on the front which displays "Speedline Corse." While best suited for Ferrari models, these wheels may fit numerous vehicles. Please verify fitment on your intended application before bidding. Included with the wheels is a set of lug nuts and complete hardware. The buyer is responsible for shipping, handling, and fees.
Bolt Pattern: 5 x 108
Front: 8.5" x 18" ET35
Rear: 10" x 18" ET71
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@feralc We would have to quote that separately from our shipping agent. As a point of reference to send just the rim alone through FedEx would be around $50-$60 per rim. So just account for more than that price point since its wheels and tires and the cheapest route would be shipping them all together on a pallet to a shop or house.
any idea of shipping to California?
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@ASGMiami Thank you and was hoping would fit a F355 but I believe offsets are too aggressive, GLWS!
These wheels go very well on that TR!!
@SpencerMH Wheels came off our Yellow Testarossa we have currently, previous owner would drive the car on these and keep the original wheels in mint condition. I will work with the auction to get a picture of the car with the wheels up shortly.
@jbauto These came off a Ferrari Testarossa with low miles.
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Fits 550 and TR maybe??
Can you share what model these came off of and do you have any pictures on the car you can share to help visualize the offset?