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fuchs 16x7/8s anodized wheels

I'm selling a newly restored set of Porsche fuchs 16x7 and 16x8 wheels. These wheels are restored to factory anodized finished, and never used or mounted on since then. The part numbers on the front 16x7 wheels are 951.362.115 and the rear 16x8 wheels are 951.362.117. All four wheels are dated '86.

I'm asking $2400 plus shipping










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Those are beautiful, who restored them?
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The seller (Peter) does his own refinishing. I have a set, he does very nice work.
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Thanks Gentlemen,

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Any Chance of selling the 8's. Do you have another set of 8's hanging around? (like to move my 7's to the front of my '80sc and add the 8's in the rear.
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Note that these are 951 wheels, not 911. So the 8" have a shallower lip and different offset than the 911 offset.
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Arne is right on spot. These wheels are 951 fuchs. The front and back have the same offset 23.3 which will have bigger brake clearance and wider tire options. This setup will fit any Porsche 911SC, Carreras, and maybe other narrow body 911. Better setup than the average 16x6 and 16x7 fuchs.
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