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Old 12-20-2005, 07:53 PM
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I Have Some Halibrand 16x10 Big Window Magnesium Wheels That Some People Are Interested In Buying, But I Dont Know The Value. I Have Pictures I Can Sent To Anyone Who Can Help Me Figure A General Value Of The Wheels. Any Help Appreciated. Steve

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Go on ebaY and watch the auctions there. Surprisingly those things are on there constantly. Typical 40 year old wheels in very good condition but a few usual corrosion pits and small scratches go in the neighborhood of $500-$800. Really rare ones like the old Gasser 16" x 10" wheels w/ 4 small kidney-beans holes go for $800 and up. Still a good deal (for the buyer) compared to modern wheels. Your big holers are more common so would be in the lower price range.

Here is a set that is on there right now. They are in-between; 5-small holes but only 8" wide. They are @ $685 w/ 4 days left.
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