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Thread: FS: 18" 3 Piece Rotiform VCE Brushed Copper- Atlanta, GA

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    Default FS: 18" 3 Piece Rotiform VCE Brushed Copper- Atlanta, GA

    Brushed Copper Faces, Chrome Lips, Chrome Hardware, Satin Black Barrels.

    5x112
    18x10 et 10
    18x11 et -3

    less than 700 miles on this setup.
    Price is without shipping
    New with all the specialty finishes will run at least $5k

    $2300

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    Awesome wheels! GLWS!
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    these are clean.. I'm assuming you modified fenders for them to fit?
    I have a 94 e320 estate.. what's the clearance?
    | Previously: khalifajetta | 1994 Mercedes E320 Estate | 2006 Honda Coupe |

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    GLWS if I had the funds I’d buy them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aye.itseric View Post
    these are clean.. I'm assuming you modified fenders for them to fit?
    I have a 94 e320 estate.. what's the clearance?
    Yes, fenders are widened about an inch or so. But there is not crazy camber.

    With fenders pulled and camber plates, I think it can be stuffed into a stock bodied car

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    Quote Originally Posted by superL8apex View Post
    Yes, fenders are widened about an inch or so. But there is not crazy camber.

    With fenders pulled and camber plates, I think it can be stuffed into a stock bodied car
    Ok, how’s clearance with suspension; before your air set up did they clear the towers? With light camber does it rub?Do you have a pic, I want to make sure no rubbing occurs with suspension since I can’t really test fit before purchase. Very interested.
    | Previously: khalifajetta | 1994 Mercedes E320 Estate | 2006 Honda Coupe |

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    Quote Originally Posted by aye.itseric View Post
    Ok, hows clearance with suspension; before your air set up did they clear the towers? With light camber does it rub?Do you have a pic, I want to make sure no rubbing occurs with suspension since I cant really test fit before purchase. Very interested.
    There is plenty of clearance to the struts, The air suspension was built in the oem spring locations and the bags are actually larger than the springs were. They do not rub at all for me, and I have been riding pretty low.

    Here is a link to an under car video:
    https://photos.app.goo.gl/hQxMh96n8zeKCjgg9

    The Rotiforms are not on the car at the moment. Its cold AF in the garage. If you want extra pics, maybe I can swap wheels tomorrow.

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    Don't stress too hard, if the swap can happen that would be great, thanks! Let me know when its up and not freezing outside lol I'll keep an eye

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    Price drop to 2300

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    any idea how these would fir on a w126 coupe? very interested if i can pull of the fitment
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    Quote Originally Posted by adamls2 View Post
    any idea how these would fir on a w126 coupe? very interested if i can pull of the fitment
    Can't say for sure, I don't have access to a 126. But if I remember correctly they swallow wheels especially in the rear.

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    Nice!

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