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These are from my 2008 sport pack 350, the design and size/spec of the wheels is here: 18" Mercedes 6 Twin spoke wheels in 9765 Titanium Silver - Alloy Wheels Direct (46520)

I would say they are in pretty good, although obviously not new, condition. There's some kerb rash on some of them, and the odd chip/mark, but from a normal viewing distance they do look good. If I were going to keep them I would get them refurbed at some point, but it wouldn't be a priority - I only changed them because I prefer a different design and I had budget left from buying the car to do so. Would make a good upgrade from smaller/non-sport pack wheels, or a good winter set for people that can be bothered with that sort of thing :)

There's some pics here, the wheels are pretty filthy, but you can see the level of kerb rash on them. They are currently being stored at the garage that fitted my new wheels: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/phr2bfjcb1g18xt/AADHAT4FXE-zmTSIub1uJ2nya?dl=0

Would have to be local pickup, far too heavy to post, although I do have the boxes my new wheels came in. Looks like I could get £300-400 on EBay, but for a (hopefully) quick forum sale I'd take £250 - my email address is [email protected] if anyone is interested.
 

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1. For sale threads are not editable by the poster. If you need a change made, please contact a moderator.
2, Thread should include price, pictures, contact info like email address. Try to not post a phone number. If you have less than 15 posts, you won't be able to reply by pm as newbies won't be able to pm the seller either since they also probably have less than the required 15 posts to do so.
3. Why are threads uneditable? In case of a dispute, the seller cannot go back and say something was X when it was Y, because the seller changed it in his favor.
4. Seller, please post a reply informing us that it sold when someone buys it. Saves folks trawling for parts, only to find that they have gone. Thanks.
 
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