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Old 09-13-2012, 06:12 PM   #1
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Help me price my wheels.

Hello, all! I'm trying to sell a bunch of my mustang stuff, and here I have 3 sets of Mustang wheels. How much should I be asking for each set?
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The Foxbody Ponies are in good condition with okay tires.
The Tribars are in good condition with no tires.
The 10-Holes are in good condition, no tires, and I think missing 2 center caps.
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Re: Help me price my wheels.

Sorry, but per site rules you have to have 100 posts to post items wanted or for sale. Then they can only be posted in the Classifieds forum. Since you are only asking for price estimates we can leave your post up, but please do not refer to selling them on here until you have the required post count.


As for prices, I would do some Google searches for each wheel and see what they are bringing.


I would guess that:
1. The Tri Bars will be the hardest to sell and will have to be priced pretty cheap.
2. The Ten Holes I have seen for sale in the $100 - $200 range.
3. The Ponies will usually sell a bit higher in the $200-$300 range.


Note: Those are only guesstimates and what you can get may vary a lot either way.
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Old 09-14-2012, 07:41 AM   #3
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I'm sorry, man! These wheels are always causing me trouble, haha. And thanks for the guesstimates!
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I'm sorry, man! These wheels are always causing me trouble, haha. And thanks for the guesstimates!
It ain't no biggie. As a newcomer it's understandable that you may not have read the rules yet. Get to posting asking and answering questions as you can, you will reach the post count sooner than you think and enjoy yourself doing it.
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I'd pay $50 for the 'six bars'(as they are known in my parts NC)
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Old 09-16-2012, 03:10 PM   #6
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I finally got rid of the ponies today! And I hope I can get more out of the tribars, they really aren't too bad. Haha.
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I paid $150 for 6 Tri-bars from a buddy last fall. They look good on foxes, Got them for my SVO.
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I paid $150 for 6 Tri-bars from a buddy last fall. They look good on foxes, Got them for my SVO.
See, there is a difference in tastes.
Some people like them, some don't.
To me any tri-bar wheel is as ugly as sin and I wouldn't put them on anything I own.


So, if you find a person who likes them, they will be worth more to them than others who don't like them.


Different spokes for different folks.
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The tri bars are good for someone trying to replicate a 93 Cobra R.
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