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Old 08-29-2014, 12:20 AM   #1
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Pirelli P Zero max performance summer tires 255/40 ZR19

4 Pirelli P Zero maximum performance summer tires size 255/40 ZR19. These are the original equipment tires that were supplied with a 2012 Mustang GT equipped with the Brembo brake option. They have less than 25 miles of total usage. They have been stored in a climate controlled environment since they were removed from the vehicle. Asking price: $850.00. Please note the wheels are NOT included in the sale.
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Hey, when you're willing to come waaaaay off of that number, give me a shout.

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Old 09-02-2014, 06:45 PM   #5
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You'll never get near that price. Those tires are nearly three tire model styles old and used. New those are not much over 225 a piece. Lots of coupons and discounts these days on new tires.

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Old 09-02-2014, 06:49 PM   #6
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You'll never get near that price. Those tires are nearly three tire model styles old and used. New those are not much over 225 a piece. Lots of coupons and discounts these days on new tires.

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Really they are three model styles old? I'm not challenging, I'm just asking to learn so I can price it better. I still see them on Pirelli's website. What models replaced them?
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They are still available but they change little things for sales pitch purposes. Even as basic as the lettering sometimes. They have a new style available about every year. Don't get me wrong they are awesome tires but the price might be hard to justify for alot of people. Have you priced them with tirerack, and discount tire to see about beating there deals on new tires?

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They are still available but they change little things for sales pitch purposes. Even as basic as the lettering sometimes. They have a new style available about every year. Don't get me wrong they are awesome tires but the price might be hard to justify for alot of people. Have you priced them with tirerack, and discount tire to see about beating there deals on new tires?

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Yeah they are going for $1,108 set of four on tirerack.
http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires....artnum=54WR9P0
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Any other used ones for sale online? I would pay 800 for them if I needed tires but I am not cheap when it comes to tires, brakes, and suspension. I have sold alot of rims and tires. It's hard to get what they are truly worth

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Are these the run flats or Normal tire? Normal is avoid 225 a tire and run flats ar 325+ if they are run flats then disregard my previous statements 800 is a steal. If they are normal tires then 500 would be a better value

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Used tires don't have much value. If it's been mounted, dismounted, and had any use the value drops substantially. I'd be shocked if you got half their new value. I wish you luck, it's all about the timing.
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Are these the run flats or Normal tire? Normal is avoid 225 a tire and run flats ar 325+ if they are run flats then disregard my previous statements 800 is a steal. If they are normal tires then 500 would be a better value

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What comes with the GT Brembo package? I don't even know. When I get home (still at work) I can check the lettering on it to see if it indicates.

On ebay the run flats are going for $1,499.
Pirelli P Zero Run Flat 255 40 19 Tire Set of 4 | eBay

Non run flats are going for $1,151.
Pirelli P Zero 255 40 19 Tire Set of 4 | eBay

I found one used one on Amazon. Less than 50 miles on it, and it's going for $184.95 single, which is $740 set of 4. I will consider matching that price. Do need to check on if it's normal or run flat, though. New on Amazon goes for about $1200.
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They look great but run flats should yield you a better profit

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Pirelli P Zero max performance summer tires 255/40 ZR19

Yeah, for $850 there are so many options for brand new tires that come with warranties and all of that good stuff.

I'm looking at used 255/40/19s and the going rate seems to be 200-400 for them.


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Just saw a new take off set of Goodyear F1s go for $425 on eBay. A member on AFM recently sold his new Pirelli take offs for $400 + shipping.

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Here let me fill you in - I've bought a total of NINE factory Pirelli Pzero's, none over 2,000 miles on them, all purchased in the last 4 months, for a total investment of $600. All found locally on CL.

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Hi, I no longer want to sell these tires. More valuable to me than for the price I'll get for them. Would the admins please remove this thread? Thanks!
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Good choice

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I have 3 p-zero run flat tires (from 2013 pp wheels 19") available and wanted to get rid. Anyone looking PM me. NJ Newark area.


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