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What rims are these and value?

Hey guys I'm about to pick up this 2000 GT which has these Cobra style rims and emblems. Since this isn't a Cobra I was thinking of selling these to buy Bullit rims.

Let me know what you think.

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Hey guys I'm about to pick up this 2000 GT which has these Cobra style rims and emblems. Since this isn't a Cobra I was thinking of selling these to buy Bullit rims.

Let me know what you think.
Those are the Cobra knock off wheels, you probably won't get much for them. They aren't much brand new any more, between $140 and $180 each for new



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A lot of the price will come from condition of tires. If tires are new or have a good amount of tread left that will bring higher price, but if tires are old or bald it will bring much lower price.

On Craigslist or the like if tires are good I would guess around $500. If tires are bad I would guess around $250-300. Just my thoughts on what I would pay. Also depends on who made them if they are knockoffs as suggested above. As well the condition will greatly affect my estimates above. My estimates are based on minimal blemishes.

Since you are looking for wheels that can come stock and also very popular aftermarket options for that style you could always list as for trade.

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Thanks guys I'll be picking her up tonight is the vendor typically stamped on the back? Was hoping for more but a trade is a good idea, I was planning to use that $ to buy the new ones.
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Those are 1999/2001 Cobra wheels. They returned as an option on 03 and/or 04 GT's, as Ford was clearing some overstock from the shelves before the production rollout of the "new" S197 platform. Never seen an aftermarket reproduction of them, so they are likely legit oem.

As far as value, look up a set on Ebay and use that as a barometer.


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Looks like aftermarket Cobra Wheels. Probably worth $100 per rim.
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