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Staggered Mach 1 wheels, 17x8 front, 18x9 rear. Polished aluminum finish. I greatly prefer to do a pick-up deal rather than ship, that way everybody knows that nobody is getting ripped off. I am located at Villanova, PA, and will drive up to an hour to meet, the rest is up to you. If shipping necessary, buyer pays costs. Make me any fairly reasonable offer.
 

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Ok first off.....What is 'staggered'? I'm a little new to wheel purchasing so excuse my ignorance lol

- Next, are they brand new, if not, how many miles have they seen?
- Going along with that, if they are used, is there any curb rash or other blemishes, etc?
- Will they fit on a 2003 coupe with no spacing issues or rubbing?

And finally, are they OEM Ford?

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Alright, first off, no tires are included. As for price, I just need to get rid of these, so I'm going to take the highest price I can get in the next few days. There is nothing wrong with the wheels, I just made the set by purchasing a full set of 17s and a full set of 18s, and I obviously don't need two sets of rims.

Staggered is just a term for there being smaller wheels in the front than in the rear. With the right tire sizes on them, it will give your mustang a slightly forward stance, giving it a more aggressive look. Wider wheels and tires in the rear will also give you better traction.

The 17x8s are used. There is no curb rash, but there are very minor scratches which are so small they don't even come up in pictures. I'll probably even buff them out for you. They are original Ford Racing Wheels, bought directly from a dealership.

The 18x9s are brand new. They are repilca wheels, however, as Ford Racing only makes Mach 1 wheels in the 17x8 size. They look identical and I even spoke with the manufacturer of the 18s, and he verified that they are made to the absolute exact Ford Racing specs.

I'm pretty sure theyll fit an '03 with no probs, but you should ask around to make sure.
Any questions, just let me know.
 

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No pics of the actual wheels right now; I'm in Chicago for Xmas break. Here is a picture from Ford though. The actual wheels have a few scratches on the 17s, but nothing that would even come up in a picture. They are used, though. Given this fact, I'm fine with getting well under MSRP for new, which would be about $950. I have gotten no offers yet, and I am determined to get rid of them as I need the money to buy some winter tires ASAP. Make me any offer, they might be yours.
 

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Okay, I currently have one full set of 17x8s, and a full set of 18x9s, machined finish mach 1s, same as in the picture above. Make me an offer on either the set of 17s, 18s, or a staggered set. I need to free up money within the next 4 or so hours. Best offer by then takes it.

EDIT: you don't need to pay within 4 hours, I just need to know I'll have the money soon.
 
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