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Are my GT-CS wheels priced too high at $750?

Hey guys, I have a set of 19" GT-CS wheels I am trying to sell. Two wheels are in excellent condition. The other two are in good condition with some minor curb rash.

I have been trying to sell these for months, but no one has offered me anything! Meanwhile, it looks like every pair of wheels that's in the classifieds has been sold!

What is a fair price to ask on these? I would like to sell them, is $750 too much or do people just not like the style of these?

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i personally have noit shopped for these type of wheels, but 750 seems a little high to me just my input. if i was to sell id ask 800 with tires. 600 without. again just my 2 cents..
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I was going to pay $900 for the v6 version of those wheels but they were like new. I wouldn't pay $750 for curb rashed wheels but maybe that's just me.

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I forgot to add that $900 included tires and tpms.

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Those have sold on this forums classified for $450. I have also seen them on Craigslist here in LA for $500. And that includes tires with about 4k miles. Sucks because they are worth a lot more, but people would rather buy aftermarket rims for that price.

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I love those wheels and want to get some soon. It's just that at $750 I could order some new black drift style wheels from AM for less.
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I could be mistaken, but from looking at the picss you posted it looks like it's more than just a little road rash on some of the rims - there look like scratches quite a ways up the spokes. That would drop the price quite a bit.

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I really love those wheels, they are my favorite OEMs but most guys want a more aggressive offset. You really need spacers if you want to push the corners out.

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I can't comment about the price, but the curb rash is a HUGE turn off for buyers...everytime I go on Craigslist to look around for rims, I immediately skip the ones that have curb rash.
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Hey guys, I have a set of 19" GT-CS wheels I am trying to sell. Two wheels are in excellent condition. The other two are in good condition with some minor curb rash.

I have been trying to sell these for months, but no one has offered me anything! Meanwhile, it looks like every pair of wheels that's in the classifieds has been sold!

What is a fair price to ask on these? I would like to sell them, is $750 too much or do people just not like the style of these?

Thanks!
Personally, I wouldn't give you anything for those wheels. They're damaged. Minor curb rash? Sorry my friend, that's moderate curb rash. It's pretty bad actually. Those two wheels are in poor condition. My guess is, you would have better luck selling the like new ones on eBay in one auction and the damaged ones as damaged in a separate auction.

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is $750 too much?
Only if you want to sell them.


I bet you could sell them for $500 easily enough.

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Hey guys, I have a set of 19" GT-CS wheels I am trying to sell. Two wheels are in excellent condition. The other two are in good condition with some minor curb rash.

I have been trying to sell these for months, but no one has offered me anything! Meanwhile, it looks like every pair of wheels that's in the classifieds has been sold!

What is a fair price to ask on these? I would like to sell them, is $750 too much or do people just not like the style of these?

Thanks!
I'd keep it just incase you trade in your car later on. A CS is not a CS without the wheels and you might not be able to get your hands on a set when you need it down the line.
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I don't think id ever sell the wheels that came on a $40k car i bust my butt off for. Plus its a special edition if anything id fine a replacement for that wheel.some people aren't that hungry for money to afford new wheels. I was thinking of maybe selling my stock wheels not id rather keep them. The cs wheels are 19x8.5 reason folks sell them is to upgrade to 19x9 or 9.5,10 to be one to run a wider tire. I've seen some people run 275/40/19 on these wheels in the back with no problem.

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